Xth European Colloquium on Maritime Law Research




Main session
17.00-18.00 registration opened Bulwar Hotel, ul. Bulwar Filadelfijski 18, Toruń
18.00-20.00 attractions commence meeting point: Bulwar Hotel
20.00-23.00 Dinner Bulwar hotel



Main session
8.30-9.00 Registration Bulwar Hotel, ul. Bulwar Filadelfijski 18, Toruń
9.00-9.20 Opening of the Conference Prof. Zbigniew Witkowski, Dean of the Law and Administration Faculty, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń; representative of the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship; prof. em. Maria Dragun-Gertner, Maritime Law Unit, NCU Bulwar Hotel
9.20-9.50 Keynote speech - Codification: problems of differing legal cultures Prof. Francis Reynolds Bulwar Hotel
9.50-10.10 Unification of maritime law – a failed strategy? Prof. Erik Røsœg Bulwar Hotel
10.10-10.30 Codification by treaty of private maritime law through the eyes of a public international lawyer Prof. Andrew Serdy Bulwar Hotel
10.30-10.50 Shipping law: codification, innovation and standard contract forms Prof. Andrew Tettenborn Bulwar Hotel
10.50-11.10 discussion Bulwar Hotel
11.10-11.40 Coffee break Bulwar Hotel
11.40-12.00 Is the transport code still the substantial source of maritime law? The interference of tourism law on the contract of carriage of passengers and civil law on the pleasure craft lease Prof. François Mandin Hotel Bulwar
12.00-12.20 The role of sailing and leisure navigation in the codification of maritime law Prof. Juan Luis Pulido Begines Bulwar Hotel
12.20-12.40 Yacht Codes – a solution to the problem of equivalent safety standards for large yachts Mr Richard Coles Bulwar Hotel
12.40-13.00 Claims for personal injuries by cruise ship passengers under international and EU regimes Dr Olena Bokareva Bulwar Hotel
13.00-13.20 Discussion Bulwar Hotel
13.20-14.20 Lunch Bulwar Hotel
14.20-14.40 The Rotterdam Rules Codification and International Trade – Harmony or Discord Prof. Rhidian Thomas Bulwar Hotel
14.40-15.00 The relationship between rules regulating scope of application and conflicts of law in international legal instruments – as illustrated by the Rome I Regulation and the Hague-Visby Rules Prof. Trond Solvang Bulwar Hotel
15.00-15.20 The right of control in carriage of goods by sea: should it be codified as a mandatory right or left to the freedom of contract Dr Tianyi Jiang Bulwar Hotel
15.20-15.40 Discussion Bulwar Hotel
15.40-16.10 Coffee break Bulwar Hotel
16.10-16.30 The Shipowners’ Compulsory Insurance for Maritime Claims: a Focus on the Implementation of the EU Directive in Italy Adjunct Prof. Dr. Massimiliano Musi Bulwar Hotel
16.30-16.50 Codification of maritime law: the Spanish experience Prof. José Manuel Martín Osante Bulwar Hotel
16.50-17.10 Recent maritime law codifications - reasons and scope. The Polish perspective as compared with other chosen jurisdictions dr Justyna Nawrot and dr Zuzanna Pepłowska-Dąbrowska Bulwar Hotel
17.10-17.30 Discussion Bulwar Hotel
20.00-1.00 Dinner Bulwar Hotel



Main session
9.00-9.30 Keynote speech - Codification and unification of maritime law: friends or foes? Prof. dr. Eric Van Hooydonk Bulwar Hotel, ul. Bulwar Filadelfijski 18, Toruń
9.30-9.50 Useful alternatives for achieving international maritime law uniformity. Lights and shadows of current mechanisms Prof. Juan Pablo Rodríguez Delgado Bulwar Hotel
9.50-10.10 International Group of P& I Clubs and BIMCO Revised Himalaya Clause: More Than a Codification of Common Law Lijie Song Bulwar Hotel
10.10-10.30 The regulatory framework for autonomous and unmanned seagoing vessels – current solutions and potential developments Dr Igor Vio Bulwar Hotel
10.30-10.50 The gap between EU and EEA law in maritime transport Ms Milagros Varela Chouciño, Deputy Director of the Transport Unit at the EFTA Surveillance Authority Bulwar Hotel
10.50-11.10 Discussion Bulwar Hotel
11.10-11.40 Coffee break Bulwar Hotel
11.40-12.00 The Maritime Labour Convention: a code of minimum rights and maximum impact Dr Julia Constantino Chagas Lessa Bulwar Hotel
12.00-12.20 Sea Transport Documents in Banks’ Hands: What Aspects of the Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits Have Been Neglected? Dr Jingbo Zhang Bulwar Hotel
12.20-12.40 The regulation of the multimodal carrier’s liability regime in the context of the relation between the maritime carriage and the other types of the carriage, with special focus of the selected national maritime regulations Patryk Ciok Bulwar Hotel
12.40-13.00 Discussion Bulwar Hotel
13.00-13.20 Closing of the ECMLR Bulwar Hotel
13.20-14.20 Lunch Bulwar Hotel

* Conference will be held in English with no translation provided by the organizers.

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