Shipping and commercial case law: 200 leading cases of the high courts of england & the european court of justice.pdf

Shipping and commercial case law: 200 leading cases of the high courts of england & the european court of justice

Alberto Badia

Cómo se resolvieron los 200 casos más conocidos de litigio en el comercio internacional y el transporte marítimo. Cada caso se presenta en inglés con una descripción de los hechos que dieron lugar al litigio y una síntesis de la sentencia que los resolvió. Todos ellos fueron decididos en el seno de la Corte Europea de Justicia y de los Tribunales del Reino Unido, lo que los convierte en un referente obligado en la materia.Los casos se refieren a distintos contratos de transporte marítimo, como conocimientos de embarque, waybills o pólizas de fletamento, así como a instrumentos de comercio exterior tales como contratos de compraventa, de agencia, cartas de crédito o garantías bancarias. También hacen referencia al embargo preventivo de buques, a la limitación de responsabilidad del naviero, y a cuestiones de derecho, arbitraje o jurisdicción internacionales.

Paula has been closely involved in several high profile cases before the High Court in London, and has also appeared before the Court of Appeal and House of Lords (now the Supreme Court). Paula studied law at the University of Cambridge and graduated in 1986 with an M.A. in Law. Paula became a QC in 2014 and President of the LCIA Court in May 2019.

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Shipping and commercial case law: 200 leading cases of the high courts of england & the european court of justice.pdf

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