Marine Insurance - The Law in Transition

Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra India (PressExposure) October 02, 2007 -- Bharat Book Bureau, a leading market information distributor has tabled a report - Marine Insurance: The Law in Transition


Marine Insurance: The Law in Transition features the published papers of Professor D.Rhidian Thomas and a host of high profile speakers, originally presented at the Swansea International Colloquium on Marine Insurance Law 2005. Marine Insurance: The Law in Transition examines and analyses in-depth specific issues that are currently occupying the marine insurance markets and the law.

The issues identified in Marine Insurance: The Law in Transition are the fundamental issues on which marine insurance law is based, and of which are in the process of being re-examined and developed further to respond to the needs of modern insurance practice.

The purpose of Marine Insurance: The Law in Transition is to complement more general textbooks by delving more deeply into contemporary issues and thereby offering solutions rather than an introduction to problems.

Use Marine Insurance: The Law in Transition to:

Keep up-to-date with central topics Make sense of complex litigation Help you place risks confidently Help you understand how your policy might be affected by legal developments

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