A previous winner of the Comité Maritime International’s Albert Lilar Prize for the best shipping law book worldwide, EU Shipping Law is the foremost reference work for professionals in this area. This third edition has been completely revised to include developments in the competition/antitrust regime, new safety and environmental rules, and rules governing security and ports. It includes detailed commentary and analysis of almost every aspect of EU law as it affects shipping.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. A Commercial Overview of Shipping in the EU 3. An Overview of the European Union and European Union Law 4. An Overview of EU Transport Law 5. The Historical Development of EU Shipping Law 6. The EU Law relating to the Freedom of Establishment of Shipping Businesses and the Registration of Ships 7. The EU Law relating to Freedom to Supply Services: International Services; Cabotage Services; and Shipping Services Generally 8. The EU Law relating to Employment in the Shipping Sector 9. Introduction to Liner Conferences: The Concept of Liner Conferences and the United Nations Code on Liner Conferences and the United Nations Liner Code 10. An Overview of EU Competition Law Generally and how it applies to the Shipping Sector Generally 11. EU Competition Law: The Old Regime relating to Shipping – Regulation 4056/86 12. EU Competition Law: The New Regime relating to Shipping - Regulation 1419/2006 13. EU Competition Law: Ports 14. EU Competition Law: Consortia 15. EU State Aid Law: Shipping and Ports 16. EU Merger Control: Shipping; Ports and Shipbuilding 17. Regulation 4057/86: Dumping of Shipping Services and the Unfair Pricing of Shipping Services 18. Regulation 4058/86: Co-ordinated Action to safeguard Free Access to Cargoes in Ocean Trade 19. EU Law relating to the Maritime Environment: Introduction; EU Measures relating to the Maritime Environment Generally; and Penalties for Infringements 20. EU Law relating to the Maritime Environment: Oganotin 21. EU Law relating to Maritime Environment: The Hazardous and Noxious Substances by Sea Convention 22. EU Law relating to Shipbuilding 23. EU Law relating to Ship Repair 24. EU Law relating to Ship Dismantling and Recycling 25. EU External Relations Law and Shipping 26. Maritime Safety: Introduction and EU Measures relating to Maritime Safety Generally 27. Maritime Safety: The European Maritime Safety Agency 28. Maritime Safety: Port State Control 29. Maritime Safety: Ship Inspection and Survey Organisations 30. Maritime Safety: Casualty and Accident Investigation 31. Maritime Safety: Minimum Training of Seafarers 32. Maritime Safety: Minimum Safety and Health Requirements for Improved Medical Treatment on Board Vessels 33. Maritime Safety: International Safety Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention 34. Maritime Safety: Ferries and Ro-Ro Vessels 35. Maritime Safety: Organisation of Working Time of Seafarers 36. Maritime Safety: Maritime Labour Convention 2006 37. Maritime Safety: Marine Equipment 38. Piracy 39. Navigation 40. Pilotage 41. Short Sea Shipping 42. Security: Ships and Ports 43. Ports: Generally and the Port Services Regulation 2017/352 44. Ports: Reporting Formalities for Ships in EU Ports: Directive 2010/65 45. Ports: Electricity for Ships in Ports 46. Carriage of Goods and Passengers 47. EU Law and Shipping Litigation: The "Brussels I" Regulation 48. Brexit 49. Conclusions
Dr Vincent Power is a Partner with A & L Goodbody. He specialises in EU law, EU and Irish competition/antitrust law, regulatory law and transport law, and he is head of the Firm's EU, Competition & Procurement Group.
"Dr Power’s study is truly a vade mecum for shipping practitioners, combining analysis with copious citations of EU sources, such as Commission decisions or EU court rulings.
...Dr Power’s final chapter on Brexit makes a number of thought-provoking points and repays careful reading, especially his comments on safety and passenger rights.
Dr Power’s survey is truly remarkable for the breadth of its coverage, including ports, state aids and detailed survey of EU law on social legislation affecting seafarers, as well as particularly detailed and useful coverage of EU environmental maritime legislation – an area that this certain to become more important in the future.
Vincent Power’s EU Shipping Law is a truly monumental and magisterial work. It deserves a place on the shelves of any maritime practitioner."
Philippe Ruttley, Consultant at Keystone Law: (2019) 25 JIML