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MARINE INSURANCE LAW: SIX RECENT BOOKS AND SOME QUESTIONS ABOUT REFORM
JOURNAL OF MARITIME LAW AND COMMERCE (2006)
  • Graydon S. Staring
Abstract
This essay and book review starts with brief history of the remakably prolific publication of books on marine insurance law. It continues with reviews of five such books, and one on perceptions of insurance more generally, published 2004-2006, and closes with a further essay on the controversial proposals for reform discussed in the books.
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Publication Date
October, 2006
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This article is reproduced here by kind permission of the publisher, Jefferson Law Book company.
Citation Information
Graydon S. Staring. "MARINE INSURANCE LAW: SIX RECENT BOOKS AND SOME QUESTIONS ABOUT REFORM" JOURNAL OF MARITIME LAW AND COMMERCE Vol. 37 Iss. 4 (2006)
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