We are pleased to provide you with the link below to the electronic copy of the 3rd edition of the Shipping Law Review, which continues to be a key legal book for the shipping sector, edited by HFW.
The book will be of use in relation to shipping disputes in a wide range of jurisdictions and now contains a summary of the most important shipping law provisions in over 40 countries. HFW has authored chapters on Australia, China, England & Wales, France, Hong Kong and Switzerland. The firm has also jointly written chapters on the shipping law of Greece and Singapore.
The Shipping Law Review continues to include chapters provided by other leading firms on shipping law in other major maritime states, including key flag states, the countries where shipping companies are predominately located and major shipbuilding centres.
In this new edition HFW chapters cover important developments in marine insurance, ports and terminals, sanctions, logistics, piracy, shipbuilding, environmental regulation and competition and regulatory law.
To download the eBook or PDF version of the entire Shipping Law Review, please click here.
The electronic copy of the book is compatible with computers, laptops, iPads, Kindle, smartphones and other e-Reading devices. Clicking on the link will direct you to a registration page where you will be asked to provide your name, organisation and email address. After completing the registration, you will receive an email containing information for the download.
We will be producing a fourth edition of the book, due out in 2017 and with James having retired as our Head of Admiralty & Crisis Management the book will be edited by George Eddings, Andrew Chamberlain and Rebecca Warder. If you have any suggestions for other areas you would like to see covered please do let us know as we would be delighted to receive them.