SIMPLY - the yearbook

The periodical MarIus also includes SIMPLY, the Scandinavian Institute’s Maritime and Petroleum Law Yearbook. In SIMPLY the Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law presents research of  it's members and friends.

For issues from 2010, see MarIus - the periodical.

 

Later editions of SIMPLY

SIMPLY 2016

SIMPLY 2015

SIMPLY 2014

SIMPLY 2013

SIMPLY 2013 - Marius 430

Transport conventions and internal Norwegian regulation – in particular regarding carriage by sea

Thor Falkanger, Professor Emeritus, dr. juris

Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, University of Oslo

Sections 299 and 300 of the Maritime Code – carrier’s liability for misleading statements in bills of lading

Trond Solvang, Professor, dr. juris

Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, University of Oslo

The impact of European Union law on freedom of contract in the port sector

Alla Pozdnakova, Associate Professor, dr. juris, Centre for European Law

Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, University of Oslo

The Icesave judgment

Jonas W Myhre, Guest Researcher, Centre for European Law

Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, University of Oslo

Delimitation Treaty 2010

Sergey S. Seliverstov, PhD in Law

Partner at “Sokolov, Maslov and Partners”

Associate Professor at MGIMO-University

Life Member of Clare Hall College, University of Cambridge

Member of the Academic Advisory Group of the IBA Section on Energy,

Environment, Natural Resources and Infrastructure Law

Earlier editions of SIMPLY

#1997   #1999   #2000   #2001   #2002   #2003   #2004   #2005   #2006   #2007   #2008   #2009   #2010  #2011  #2012

SIMPLY 2012 - Marius 419

The English doctrine of indemnity for compliance with time charterers’ orders – does it exist under Norwegian law?
Trond Solvang, Professor dr. juris
Scandinavian Institute of maritime Law, University of Oslo

Delivery of sea borne cargo – distribution of risk and liability in liner trade
Thor Falkanger, Professor emeritus
Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, University of Oslo

The lawyer’s approach to safety: Law meets engineering
Knut Kaasen, Professor dr. juris
Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, University of Oslo

Liability and insurance clauses in contracts for vessel services in the Norwegian offshore sector - the knock for knock principle
Trine-Lise Wilhelmsen, Professor dr. juris
Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, University of Oslo

SIMPLY 2011 - MarIus 414

Ships, air pollution and climate change
Philip Linné, Ph.D. Student, Environmental and Maritime Law
Department of Law, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Use of armed guards onboard Norwegian vessels and the use of force
Stig André Kolstad, LLM, Senior adviser
Royal Ministry of Trade and Industry Maritime Department, Norway

Project integrated mediation (PRIME)
Professor Knut Kaasen, dr. juris
Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, University of Oslo, Norway

Co-insurance of third parties and waiver of subrogation under hull insurance of mobile offshore drilling units
David R R Syvertsen, Master of Laws
Assistant Underwriter, Norwegian Hull Club

Deductibles as self-insurance
Professor Trine-Lise Wilhelmsen, professor
Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, University of Oslo, Norway

 

SIMPLY 2010 - MarIus 400

This edition of the yearbook is dedicated to Professor Hans Jacob Bull on the occation of his 70th birthday in August 2011. His personality and attitude have had a strong influence on the Institute during his long "captaincy". An overview of his many books and articles you will find in the bibliography included in this yearbook, that contains the following articles:

The EEA Agreement and activities off-shore
Finn Arnesen, Professor, Centre for European Law, University of Oslo

Regulating European multimodal transport
Ellen Eftestøl-Wilhelmsson, Senior Researcher Dr.Juris, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law,  University of Oslo and Institute of International Economic Law, University of Helsinki

Cargo damage – who is entitled to sue the maritime carrier?
Thor Falkanger, Professor Emeritus, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, University of Oslo

Words, drafting and the law
Lars Gorton, Professor Emeritus, Stockholm Centre for Commercial Law

EU rules of competition and the maritime industry
Rosa Greaves, Professor, University of Glasgow and Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, University of Oslo
Svetlana Nasibyan, Researcher, University of Glasgow

Access to resources on the Norwegian continental shelf
Ulf Hammer, Professor, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law,  University of Oslo

Maritime Plus and the European status quo
Marian Hoeks, Assistant Professor, Erasmus University School of Law, Rotterdam

The MARPOL Convention Annex VI on regulations for the prevention of air pollution from ships - a fair deal?
Hannu Honka, Professor, Åbo Akademi University

The impact of the Rotterdam rules on general average
Svante O Johansson, Professor, School of Business, Economics and Law, University of Gothenburg and Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, University of Oslo

The obligation to pay upon cash calls
Knut Kaasen, Professor, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law,  University of Oslo

New laws on passenger rights
Erik Røsæg, Professor, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law,  University of Oslo

At the margins of carrier liability
Johan Schelin, Associate Professor, Institute for Maritime and Transport Law Stockholm University

Limitation of shipowners’ liability and forum shopping in EU/EEA states
Erling Selvig, Professor Emeritus, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, University of Oslo

The ‘Danica White’ incident – cause and causation
Kristina Siig, Associate Professor, University of Southern Denmark

Compensation for interference with contractual rights – liability in tort
Peter Wetterstein, Professor, Åbo Akademi University

When pirates capture the cargo
Trine-Lise Wilhelmsen, Professor and Director of the Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law University of Oslo

Hans Jacob Bull – a bibliography
Kirsten Al-Araki and Inger Hamre, Head librarians, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law  University of Oslo

 

SIMPLY 2009 - MarIus 360

Marine insurance regimes and their impact on shipping competition
Trine-Lise Wilhelmsen, Professor and Director of the Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, University of Oslo

Legal customs and the lex mercatoria in international private maritime law
Donato Di Bona, LL.M, Ph.D., Researcher at University of Palermo, Attorney at law

Company’s duty to provide CAR insurance under a fabrication contract: What happens if the insurer becomes insolvent? A response to professor Hans Jacob Bull
Vidar Strømme, Lawyer, the Law Firm Schjødt
Svein H. Bjørnestad, Legal Director, ESSO Norge

Formalism in complex onshore and offshore construction contracts
Knut Kaasen, Professor, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, University of Oslo

The freight forwarder’s security for earnings and outlays – with particular view to NSAB 2000 and Norwegian domestic law
Thor Falkanger, Professor Emeritus, Scandinavian Institute, of Maritime Law, University of Oslo

Implementing Conventions – Scandinavian Style
Erik Røsæg, Professor, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, University of Oslo

Vessel-source pollution in the disputed area of the Barents Sea – Norway’s access to administrate prevention initiatives
Iris Østreng, LL.M, Legal Advisor for Den Norske Krigsforsikring for Skib

The End of Liner Conferences? The New Competition Regime for Liner Shipping: Legal and Practical Consequences for European Maritime Transport
Joar Holme Støylen, LL.M, University of Bergen, Norway and Bond University, Australia , Associate at the Law Firm Selmer DA

SIMPLY 2008 – MarIus 376 

Rescue at Sea Revisited: What Obligations exist towards Refugees?
Professor Alexander Proelss, Christian-Albrechts-University

The company’s duty to provide CAR-insurance under a fabrication contract: What is the situation if the insurer goes into bankruptcy?
Professor Hans Jacob Bull, Scandinavian institute of Maritime Law

“Conditions of use” at gas terminals. Risk allocation and insurance coverage
Contract Advisor Siri Kvaløy, LL.M, Aker Marine Contractors AS

A system for queuing in ports
Professor Erik Røsæg,  Scandinavian institute of Maritime Law

The Athens Regulation is heading into harbour – The EU on the point of regulating liability for maritime passengers
Jens Karsten, LL.M

Annulment of framework decision 2005/667/JHA - The EC`s Scope of Action in Preventing Ship-Source Pollution by the Introduction of Penalties
Dipl. Jur. Caroline Rusniok, LL.M

The Bunker Convention - International Convention on Civil Liability for Bunker Oil Pollution Damage
Contract Manager Cassia Ringås, LL.M, Aker Oilfield Services

Local content requirements in the Brazilian upstream oil industry - With focus on Concession Agreements
Legal Consultant Joyce B. Souza Jacobsen, LL.M, Wikborg Rein

SIMPLY 2007 - MarIus 360  

Developments in Norwegian and Scandinavian maritime law
Professor Dr. Juris Trine-Lise Wilhelmsen, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, University of Oslo

Shipbuilding contracts between Norwegian buyers and Korean builders
Byoungil Kang, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, University of Oslo

Anonymity of shipowners as a maritime security problem – EU law implications
Researcher Dr. Juris Alla Pozdnakova, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law,  University of Oslo

EU intermodal transport and carrier liability – content and context
Researcher Dr. Juris Ellen Eftestøl-Wilhelmsson, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, University of Oslo

Part V EC external competences: recent developments and the implications for maritime agreements
Rosa Greaves, Professor of Law at University of Glasgow and Professor II, University of Oslo, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law

The end of the shipping pool as we know it?  – EC competition law and the legality of shipping pools 189
Assistant Attorney Maria Hempel, Nordisk Skibsrederforening

Oil companies and human rights
Dr. Juris Camilla Dalbak, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law University of Oslo

The organisation of Norwegian gas sales and competition law
Dr. Juris Anne-Karin Nesdam, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, University of Oslo

Legal agenda for the review of the EU emissions trading scheme
Research fellow Catherine Banet, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, University of Oslo

SIMPLY 2006 - MarIus 346 

Financial guarantees and the underlying contract
Professor Dr. Juris Lars Gorton

The obligations and liablility of the shipper under the uncitral project
Professor Dr. Juris Hannu Honka

Maritime product liability
Professor Dr. Juris Vibe Ulfbeck

Limitation funds and regulation (ec) 1346/2000 on bankruptcy
Judge Henrik Bull, EFTA Court

The charteresr's ("befrakter's") right to limit his liability in respect of a claim from the shipowner for damage to the vessel – scandinavian and english law
Professor Dr. Juris Trine-Lise Wilhelmsen

Too many claimants, too little insurance
Professor Dr. Juris Erik Røsæg

Ec agency law and intermediaries in shipping
Researcher Dr. Juris Ellen Eftestøl-Wilhelmsson

Multi-party arbitration in international trade – problems and solutions
Associate professor Dr. Juris Kristina Maria Siig

The eu's exercise of port and coastal state jurisdiction
Research fellow Henrik Ringbom

Safeguarding ec fundamental freedoms: are shiå bockades exempt from the freedom of movement rules?
Research fellow Mikaela Björkholm

Reinsurance contracts. Application of the law, the reinsured's duty of disclosure and the reinsurer's obligation to indemnify the reinsured
Research fellow Kaja de Vibe

SIMPLY 2005 - MarIus 335 

The Lugano Convention and Limitation of Shipowners’ Liability
Professor Emeritus Dr. Juris Erling Selvig

Carrier's Liability when transporting live fish
Professor Emeritus Dr. Juris Thor Falkanger

The doctrine of scope of service and mandatory legislation
Lawyer Trond Solvang, Nordisk Skibsrederforening

Precedent, travaux preparatoires, and the use of foreign law in English court practice: the JORDAN II
Queen's Counsel Timothy Young

Cancellation clauses in voyage charter parties
Associate attorney Herman Steen

War and terrorism exceptions – in compulsory insurance legislation and in the market
Professor Dr. Juris Erik Røsæg

The injured party’s right of direct action under the Finnish insurance contracts act
Lawyer Panu Karhu, Law Office of Panu Karhu

Recent Developments in (Re)Determination of Tract Participations in Unitisation Agreements
Lawyer Diana Amendoeira Maciel Hjørungnes

SIMPLY 2004 – MarIus 321

Misapprehension of peril in salvage
Professor dr. juris Erik Røsæg

The scope of liability in charter, parties – an introduction
Research fellow Sverre Ellenes

Cargo insurance for international, sales of goods
Professor dr. juris Trine-Lise Wilhelmsen

You are welcome, but… – Places of Refuge and environmental liability and compensation, with particular reference to the EU
Research fellow Henrik Ringbom

Free Movement – A Threat or an opportunity? A view on nationality requirements for the ship’s master
Research fellow Mikaela Björkholm

Applicability of the prompt release procedure of the UN Covention on the Law of the Sea of 1982 in matters of prevention, reduction and control of pollution from vessels
Researcher Ph.D Heiki Lindpere

Avoiding bankruptcy risks in construction contracts
Professor dr. juris Knut Kaasen

Norwegian gas supplies to the European market: Security of longterm supply after liberalization
Professor dr. juris Ulf Hammer

SIMPLY 2003 - MarIus 309

Time limitation of cargo claims against the sea carrier
Professor dr. juris Thor Falkanger

The buyer’s obligation to take delivery of another vessel in rightful contractual fulfilment or to mitigate loss
Research fellow Sverre Ellenes

Marine oil spills: The responsibilities of the shipping industry regarding preparedness and response
Gunnhild Storbekkrønning Andersen

The distinction between one and more than one insured event
Professor dr. juris Trine-Lise Wilhelmsen

The end of a long saga?
Christoph Jacobs

Collective agreements and competition law
Solicitors Managing Clerk Tom Sørum

Some major features of Norwegian offshore standard contracts
Professor dr. juris Knut Kaasen

System operation
Associate Professor Ulf Hammer

Relevant energy markets
Research fellow Anne-Karin Nesdam

SIMPLY 2002 - MarIus 295 

Norwegian law on the formal validity of arbitration agreements
Kristina Maria Siig

Refugees as rescuees – the Tampa problem
Erik Røsæg

Maritime Liens on Cargo: A Survey of the Provisions in the Norwegian Maritime Code
Thor Falkanger

Issues of marine insurance. Misconduct of the assured and identification
Trine-Lise Wilhelmsen

Identification in cargo insurance
Hans Jacob Bull

The forwarding agent’s storage service agreements – the expansion of the forwarding agent’s traditional role
Camilla Nyhus Kristiansen

Market Opening and Third Party Access: An Overview of the EU Gas Directive
Sondre Dyrland and Ketil Bøe Moe

SIMPLY 2001 - MarIus 281

Part I: Maritime Law
Mortgages on ships according to norwegian law
Thor Falkanger

Issues of marine insurance duty of disclosure, duty of good faith, alteration of risk and warranties
Trine-Lise Wilhelmsen

Part II: Contracts Of Petroleums Law
Scope of joint operating agreement in norway
Knut Kaasen

Part III: Petroleum Law
The state’s direct financial interests in petroleum licences
Erling Selvig

Petroleum investments in russia: are there grounds for revising the preference for production sharing?
Guiditta Cordero Moss

Part IV: Energy Law
The effect of the electricity directive on the norwegian regulation of long term electricity exchange agreements between norwegian producers and continental utilities
Ulf Hammer

SIMPLY 2000 - MarIus 258  

Part I: Maritime Law
Arrest of ships under norwegian law
Thor Falkanger

Modern regulation of univmodal and multimodal transport of goods
Per Westergaard Pedersen

Part II: Maritime Law Liability And Liability Insurance
The hns convention : a new challenge for international maritime law
Karine Le Couviour

Compulsory maritime insurance
Erik Røsæg

Part III: Marine Insurance - Hull And Cargo
The norwegian marine insurance plan and substandard ships
Trine-Lise Wilhelmsen

Part IV: Energy Law
Structuring of the electricity market - a study in the regulation of the coordinating grid functions
Ulf Hammer

Consumer protection in the financial markets
Erling Selvig

SIMPLY 1999 - MarIus 247 

Part I Maritime Law
Forced sale of vessels - according to norwegian law
Thor Falkanger

Finding the applicable law in multimodal transport
Kristina Maria Siig

Modern regulation of international unimodal and multimodal transport of goods
Per Westergaard Pedersen

Direct action against subcarriers under the c.m.r convention
Anette Jahr

On electronic bills of lading
Erik Røsæg

Part II Marine Insurance Plan
Third party claim under marine insurance the swedish approach
Svante O. Johansson

Third party claim under marine insurance the finnish approach
Peter Ivar Sandell

Third party claim under marine insurance the icelandic approach
Bjørn Danielsson

The provisions for time limit and limitation in the norwegian marine insurance plan of 1996 - legal framework and some problems
Trine-Lise Wilhelmsen

Part III Petroleum Law
Offshore cost overruns the investment committee report and its legal issues
Knut Kaasen

Partnering: the emperor's new clothes?
Knut Kaasen

The adoption of the production licence directive
Finn Arnesen

Part IV International Arbitration
Manifest disregard of the law ground for vacating an arbitral award in the united states
Anders Rødland

SIMPLY 1997 - MarIus 240 

Part I Maritime Law
Liability for damage caused to and by dangerous goods under the maritime code of 1994
Cecilie Grue

Carriers and subcarriers of goods by sea
Per Vestergaard Pedersen

Forum and choice of law in the liner and tramp trades
Kristina Maria Siig

Termination of the right of stoppage in transit under the maritime code
Svante O. Johansson

The use of sea waybills in documentary credit - with view to letters of credit
Irene Utgaard

Late payment of timecharter hire and the scandinavian codes of maritime law
Thor Falkanger

Part II Marine Insurance Law
Norwegian marine insurance plan of 1996
Hans Jacob Bull

Part III Petroleum Law
Offshore project alliancing: the aim, the constraints and the contracts
Knut Kaasen

Tags: Maritime Law, Transportation Law, Petroleum Law, Energy Law, Insurance Law By Kirsti Aarseth
Published Apr. 12, 2011 11:57 AM - Last modified Oct. 17, 2017 2:13 PM