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									                BIBLIOGRAPHY ON THE ROTTERDAM RULES


                                GENERAL COMMENTS
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MUTIGANDA, Jean Claude, International rules applicable to contracts of
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    Rules, in Il Diritto Marittimo, 2009, p. 957
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STURLEY, Michael F., Modernizing and Reforming U.S. Maritime law: The Impact of the
    Rotterdam Rules in the United States, in Texas International Law Journal, 44,
    2009, p. 427
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     review of this article, BERLINGIERI, Francesco, A review of some recent analyses
     of the Rotterdam Rules, in Il Diritto Marittimo, 2009, p. 988
TETLEY, William, Some general criticisms of the Rotterdam Rules, in Journal of
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VON   ZIEGLER, Alexander, Main concepts of the new Convention: Its aims, structure
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       357


                        CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS
DEBATTISTA, Charles, Analysis of Chapter 1, in The Rotterdam Rules, A practical
    annotation, Informa, 2009, p. 1 and, for a review of this article, BERLINGIERI,
    Francesco, A review of some recent analyses of the Rotterdam Rules, in Il
    Diritto Marittimo, 2009, p. 993


                        CHAPTER 2. SCOPE OF APPLICATION
BERLINGIERI, Francesco, Ambito di applicazione e libertà contrattuale, in Il Diritto
    Marittimo, 2006, p. 1016
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HONKA, Hannu, United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International
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HONKA, Hannu, Scope of application, Freedom of contract, in CMI Yearbook 2009,
    p. 255
ROSAEG, Erik, The applicability of Conventions for the carriage of goods and for
    multimodal transport, in Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly,
    &CLQ 2002, p. 316
STANILAND, Hilton, Analysis of Chapter 2, in The Rotterdam Rules, A practical
     annotation, Informa, 2009, p. 15
STURLEY, Michael F., Solving the Scope-of-Application Puzzle: Contracts, Trades,
    and Documents in the UNCITRAL Transport Law Project, in Journal of
    International Maritime Law, 11, 2005, p. 22
STURLEY, Michael F., Scope of Coverage Under the UNCITRAL Draft Instrument,
    in Journal of International Maritime Law, 10, 2004, p. 138
STURLEY, Michael F., Scope of Coverage and the Treatment of Performing Parties
    Under the Current UNCITRAL Draft Instrument, in Benedict’s Maritime
    Bulletin, 2, 2004, p. 19
STURLEY, Michael F., Scope of Application, Duration of Coverage, and Exceptions
    to Coverage in International Regimes Relevant to International Transport
    Law, in CMI Yearbook, 1999, p. 122


                 CHAPTER 3. ELECTRONIC TRANSPORT RECORDS
ALBA, Manuel, Electronic Commerce Provisions in the UNCITRAL Convention on
    Contracts for the International Carriage of Goods Wholly or Partly by Sea, in
    Texas International Law Journal, Vol. 44, Spring 2009, p. 387
ALBA, Manuel, The use of electronic records as collateral in the Rotterdam Rules:
    future solutions for present needs, in Uniform Law Review, Vol. XIV, 2009, p.
    801
BRUNNER, Raphael, Electronic transport documents and shipping practice not yet a
    married couple, in European transport law, 2008, p. 123
CMI, A guide to the e-commerce features in the draft instrument on the carriage of
     goods [wholly or partly] [by sea], in CMI Yearbook, 2003, p. 250
DEBATTISTA, Charles, Analysis of Chapter 3, in The Rotterdam Rules, A practical
    annotation, Informa, 2009, p. 23 and, for a review of this article, BERLINGIERI,
    Francesco, A review of some recent analyses of the Rotterdam Rules, in Il
    Diritto Marittimo, 2009, p. 996
GAUTHIER, Johanne, The new elements – The facilitation of electronic commerce, in
    CMI Yearbook 2009, p. 296
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GOLDBY, Miriam, Electronic alternatives to transport documents, in A New Convention
    for the Carriage of Goods by Sea – The Rotterdam Rules, Edited by Prof.
    Rhidian Thomas, Lawtext Publishing, 2009, p. 225 and, for a review of this
    article, BERLINGIERI, Francesco, A review of some recent analyses of the
    Rotterdam Rules, in Il Diritto Marittimo, 2009, p. 982
GOLDBY, Miriam, The CMI rules for electronic bills of lading reassessed in the
    light of current practices, in Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial Law
    Quarterly, 2008, p. 56
GOLDBY, Miriam, The performance of the bill of lading’s functions under
    UNCITRAL’s draft Convention on the Carriage of Goods: unequivocal legal
    recognition of electronic equivalents, in Journal of International Maritime
    Law, 2007, p. 160
JONES, Peter, A new transport convention: a framework for e-commerce?, in
     Electronic Communication Law Review, 2002, p. 145
VAN DER    ZIEL, Gertjan, The legal underpinning of e-commerce in maritime
      transport by the UNCITRAL draft instrument on the carriage of goods by
      sea, in Journal of International Maritime Law, 2003, p. 461


                    CHAPTER 4. OBLIGATIONS OF THE CARRIER
BERLINGIERI, Francesco, The Discipline in the Rotterdam Rules of the Obligations
    of the Carrier and of his liability, paper delivered at the Congress “The
    Rotterdam Rules: A New Era in Uniform Transport Law”, held at Carlos III
    University of Madrid on the 17th and 18th of September 2009, in the course
    of publication by Carlos III University of Madrid
CHAMI, Diego Esteban, The Obligations of the Carrier, CMI Colloquium on the
    Rotterdam Rules, Rotterdam, September 21, 2009
DELEBECQUE, Philippe, Obligations and liability exemptions of the carrier, CMI
    Colloquium on the Rotterdam Rules, Rotterdam, September 21, 2009
DEBATTISTA, Charles, The CMI/UNCITRAL cargo liability regime: regulation for the
    21st century?, in Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, 2002, p. 304
HONKA, Hannu, Main obligations and liabilities of the carrier, in Transportrecht,
    2004, p. 278
MOR    N BOVIO, David, Ocean carriers’ duty of care to cargo in port: the
      Rotterdam Rules of 2009, in Fordham International Law Journal, 2009, p.
      1162
NIKAKI, Theodora, The obligations of carriers to provide seaworthy ships and exercise
    care, in A New Convention for the Carriage of Goods by Sea – The Rotterdam
    Rules, Edited by Prof. Rhidian Thomas, Lawtext Publishing, 2009, p. 89 and, for
    a review of this article, BERLINGIERI, Francesco, A review of some recent
    analyses of the Rotterdam Rules, in Il Diritto Marittimo, 2009, p. 965
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NIKAKI, Theodora, The fundamental duties of the carrier under the Rotterdam Rules, in
    International Maritime Law, Vol. 14, Issue 6, November-December 2008, p. 512
TSIMPLIS, Michael, Analysis of Chapter 4, in The Rotterdam Rules, A practical
     annotation, Informa, 2009, p. 29 and, for a review of this article, BERLINGIERI,
     Francesco, A review of some recent analyses of the Rotterdam Rules, in Il
     Diritto Marittimo, 2009, p. 996


      CHAPTER 5. LIABILITY OF THE CARRIER FOR LOSS, DAMAGE OR DELAY
ASARIOTIS, Regina, Loss due to a combination of causes: burden of proof and
    commercial risk allocation, in A New Convention for the Carriage of Goods by
    Sea – The Rotterdam Rules, Edited by Prof. Rhidian Thomas, Lawtext
    Publishing, 2009, p. 138 and, for a review of this article, BERLINGIERI, Francesco,
    A review of some recent analyses of the Rotterdam Rules, in Il Diritto
    Marittimo, 2009, p. 970
ASARIOTIS, Regina, Burden of proof and allocation of liability for loss due to a
    combination of causes under the new Rotterdam Rules, in International Maritime
    Law, Vol. 14, Issue 6, November-December 2008, p. 537
ASARIOTIS, Regina, Allocation of liability and burden of proof in the Draft Instrument
    on Transport Law, in Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, 2002, p.
    382
BEARE, Stuart, Liability regime: where we are, how we got there and where we are
    going, , in Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, 2002, p. 306
BERLINGIERI, Francesco, The Discipline in the Rotterdam Rules of the Obligations
    of the Carrier and of his liability, paper delivered at the Congress “The
    Rotterdam Rules: A New Era in Uniform Transport Law”, held at Carlos III
    University of Madrid on the 17th and 18th of September 2009, in the course
    of publication by Carlos III University of Madrid
BERLINGIERI, Francesco, Basis of liability and exclusions of liability, in Lloyd’s
    Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, 2002, p. 336
DELEBECQUE, Philippe, The liability of the sea carrier in the UNCITRAL Draft
    Convention on contracts for the international carriage of goods wholly or
    partly by sea, Colloque Athènes, Mai 2008
DELEBECQUE, Philippe, La partie exécutante maritime: obligations et
    responsabilité, paper delivered at the Congress “The Rotterdam Rules: A
    New Era in Uniform Transport Law”, held at Carlos III University of Madrid
    on the 17th and 18th of September 2009, in the course of publication by
    Carlos III University of Madrid
FUJITA, Tomotaka, The Comprehensive Coverage of the New Convention: Performing
     Parties and the Multimodal Implications, in Texas International Law Journal,
     Vol. 44, Spring 2009, p. 349
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FUJITA, Tomotaka, Performing Parties and Himalaya Protection, CMI Colloquium
     on the Rotterdam Rules, Rotterdam, September 21, 2009
GIRVIN, Stephen The right of the carrier to exclude and limit liability, in A New
     Convention for the Carriage of Goods by Sea – The Rotterdam Rules, Edited by
     Prof. Rhidian Thomas, Lawtext Publishing, 2009, p. 111 and, for a review of this
     article, BERLINGIERI, Francesco, A review of some recent analyses of the
     Rotterdam Rules, in Il Diritto Marittimo, 2009, p. 967
GIRVIN, Stephen, Exclusions and limitation of liability, in International Maritime Law,
     Vol. 14, Issue 6, November-December 2008, p. 524
MARGETSON, Nick J., Liability of the carrier under the Hague (Visby) Rules for
   cargo damage caused by unseaworthiness of its containers, in Journal of
   International Maritime Law, 2008, p. 153
MBIAH, Kofi, The Convention on contracts for the international carriage of goods
    wholly or partly by sea: the liability and limitation of liability regime, CMI
    Colloquium on the Rotterdam Rules, Rotterdam, September 21, 2009
NIKAKI, Theodora, Shipping law: the statutory Himalaya-type protection under the
    Rotterdam Rules: capable of filling the gaps?, in Journal of Business Law,
    2009, p. 403
RAMBERG, Jan, The carrier’s liability for loss other than loss of or damage to
    goods or delay, in Il Diritto Marittimo, 2010, p. xxx
STURLEY, Michael F., Liability for Delay Under UNCITRAL’s Proposed Transport
    Law Convention, in Benedict’s Maritime Bulletin, 4, 2006, p. 108
STURLEY, Michael F., Scope of Coverage and the Treatment of Performing Parties
    Under the Current UNCITRAL Draft Instrument, in Benedict’s Maritime
    Bulletin, 2, 2004, p. 19
STURLEY, Michael F., The Treatment of Performing Parties, in CMI Yearbook,
    2003, p. 230
THOMAS, Rhidian, An analysis of the liability regime of carriers and maritime
    performing parties, in A New Convention for the Carriage of Goods by Sea –
    The Rotterdam Rules, Edited by Prof. Rhidian Thomas, Lawtext Publishing,
    2009, p. 52 and, for a review of this article, BERLINGIERI, Francesco, A review of
    some recent analyses of the Rotterdam Rules, in Il Diritto Marittimo, 2009,
    p. 960
THOMAS, Rhidian, An appraisal of the liability regime established under the new UN
    Convention, in International Maritime Law, Vol. 14, Issue 6, November-
    December 2008, p. 496
TSIMPLIS, Michael, Analysis of Chapter 5, in The Rotterdam Rules, A practical
     annotation, Informa, 2009, p. 45 and, for a review of this article, BERLINGIERI,
     Francesco, A review of some recent analyses of the Rotterdam Rules, in Il
     Diritto Marittimo, 2009, p. 999
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VON    ZIEGLER, Alexander, Schadenersatz im internationalen Seefrachtrecht
      (Zurich: Nomos Verlag, 1989)
VON   ZIEGLER, Alexander, Haftungsgrundlage im internationalen Seefrachtrecht
      (Zurich/Basel/Geneva: Schulthess, 2002)
VON   ZIEGLER, Alexander, The Liability of the Contracting Carrier, in Texas
      International Law Journal, Vol. 44, Spring 2009, p. 329
VON ZIEGLER, Alexander,   Delay and the Rotterdam Rules, in Uniform Law Review, Vol.
      XIV, 2009, p. 997
YUZHOU, Si-LI, Henry Hai, The New Structure of the Basis of Liability for the
    Carrier, CMI Colloquium on the Rotterdam Rules, Rotterdam, September
    21, 2009 and in Uniform Law Review, Vol. XIV, 2009, p. 931
ZUNARELLI, Stefano, The liability of the shipper, in Lloyd’s Maritime and
    Commercial Law Quarterly, 2002, p. 350
ZUNARELLI, Stefano, Elementi di novità e di continuità della regolamentazione
    della responsabilità del vettore marittimo di cose nell’attività del gruppo di
    lavoro dell’UNCITRAL, in Il Diritto Marittimo, 2006, p. 1022
ZUNARELLI, Stefano, The carrier and the maritime performing party in the
    Rottterdam Rules, in Uniform Law Review, Vol. XIV, 2009, p. 1011


  CHAPTER 6. ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO PARTICULAR STAGES OF CARRIAGE
ALCANTARA, José M., The new regime and multimodal transport, in Lloyd’s
    Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, 2002, p. 399
BERLINGIERI, Francesco, Multimodal aspects of the Rotterdam Rules, CMI
    Colloquium on the Rotterdam Rules, Rotterdam, September 21, 2009
BERLINGIERI, Francesco, A new convention on the carriage of goods by sea: port-
    to-port or door-to-door?, in Uniform Law Review, 2003, p. 265
CLARKE, Malcolm, Harmonization of the regulation of carriage of goods in Europe, in
    Transportrecht, 2002, p. 428
CLARKE, Malcolm, The law between land and sea, in Journal of Business Law, 2003, p.
    522
CLARKE, Malcolm, Multimodal transport in the new millennium, in WMU Journal of
    Maritime Affairs, 2002, p. 71
FAGHFOURI, Mahin, International regulation of liability for multimodal transport -
    in search of uniformity, in WMU journal of maritime affairs, 2006, p. 95
GIRVIN, Stephen, The right of the carrier to exclude and limit liability, in A New
     Convention for the Carriage of Goods by Sea – The Rotterdam Rules, Edited by
     Prof. Rhidian Thomas, Lawtext Publishing, 2009, p. 484 and, for a review of this
     article, BERLINGIERI, Francesco, A review of some recent analyses of the
     Rotterdam Rules, in Il Diritto Marittimo, 2009, p. 967
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HAAK, Krijn F. and HOEKS, Maih, Arrangements of multimodal transport in the
    field of conflicting conventions, in Journal of International Maritime Law,
    2004, p. 422
HAAK, Krijn F. and HOEKS, Maih, Intermodal transport under unimodal
    arrangements. Conflicting conventions: the UNCITRAL/CMI draft
    instrument and the CMR on the subject of intermodal contracts, in
    Transportrecht, 2005, p. 89
HAAK, Krijn F., The harmonization of intermodal liability arrangements, in
    European Transport Law, 2005, p. 11
HANCOCK, Christopher, Multimodal transport under the Convention, Christopher
    Hancock, in A New Convention for the Carriage of Goods by Sea – The
    Rotterdam Rules, Edited by Prof. Rhidian Thomas, Lawtext Publishing, 2009, p.
    34 and, for a review of this article, BERLINGIERI, Francesco, A review of some
    recent analyses of the Rotterdam Rules, in Il Diritto Marittimo, 2009, p. 958
HANCOCK, Christopher, Multimodal transport and the new UN Convention on the
    carriage of goods, in Journal of International Maritime Law, 2009, p. 484
HOEKS, Marian, Multimodal carriage with a pinch of sea salt: door-to-door under
    the UNCITRAL draft instrument, in European Transport Law, 2008, p. 257
LORENZON, Filippo, Analysis of Chapter 6, in The Rotterdam Rules, A practical
    annotation, Informa, 2009, p. 73 and, for a review of this article, BERLINGIERI,
    Francesco, A review of some recent analyses of the Rotterdam Rules, in Il
    Diritto Marittimo, 2009, p. 1004
NIKAKI, Theodora, The UNCITRAL draft instrument on the carriage of goods
    [wholly or partly] [by sea]: multimodal at last or still all at sea?, in Journal
    of Business Law, 2005, p. 647
ROSAEG, Erik, Conflicts of conventions in the Rotterdam Rules, in The journal of
    International Maritime Law, 2009, p. 238
VAN DER ZIEL, Gertjan, Multimodal aspects of the Rotterdam Rules, in CMI Yearbook
     2009, p. 314 and in Uniform Law Review, Vol. XIV, 2009, p. 981
YUZHOU, Si-LI, Henry Hai, The New Structure of the Basis of Liability for the
    Carrier, CMI Colloquium on the Rotterdam Rules, Rotterdam, September
    21, 2009


           CHAPTER 7. OBLIGATIONS OF THE SHIPPER TO THE CARRIER
ASARIOTIS, Regina, Main obligations and liabilities of the shipper, in
    Transportrecht (Neuwied, Germany) 2004, p. 284.
ASARIOTIS, Regina, Loss due to a combination of causes: burden of proof and
    commercial risk allocation, in A New Convention for the Carriage of Goods by
    Sea – The Rotterdam Rules, Edited by Prof. Rhidian Thomas, Lawtext
    Publishing, 2009, p. 138 and, for a review of this article, BERLINGIERI, Francesco,
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     A review of some recent analyses of the Rotterdam Rules, in Il Diritto
     Marittimo, 2009, p. 970
BAUGHEN, Simon, Obligations owed by the shipper to the carrier, in A New Convention
    for the Carriage of Goods by Sea – The Rotterdam Rules, Edited by Prof.
    Rhidian Thomas, Lawtext Publishing, 2009, p. 169
BAUGHEN, Simon, Obligations of the shipper to the carrier, in International Maritime
    Law, Vol. 14, Issue 6, November-December 2008, p. 555 and, for a review of
    this article, BERLINGIERI, Francesco, A review of some recent analyses of the
    Rotterdam Rules, in Il Diritto Marittimo, 2009, p. 975
DE LA GARZA, Nicholas, La responsabilité du chargeur dans ses relations avec le
     transporteur. Le point de vue français, in Droit Maritime Français, 2008, p.
     112
DIALLO, Ibrahima Khalil, Obligations et responsabilité du chargeur, (dans les
     Règles de Rotterdam), CMI Colloquium on the Rotterdam Rules, Rotterdam,
     September 21, 2009
HJALMARSSON, Johanna, The Rotterdam Rules signing ceremony – baptism or
    wake? in Shipping and Trade Law, 2009, p. 1
HOOPER, Chester D., Obligations of the shipper to the carrier under the Rotterdam
    Rules, in Uniform Law Review, Vol. XIV, 2009, p. 885
LORENZON, Filippo, Analysis of Chapter 7, in The Rotterdam Rules, A practical
    annotation, Informa, 2009, p. 79 and, for a review of this article, BERLINGIERI,
    Francesco, A review of some recent analyses of the Rotterdam Rules, in Il
    Diritto Marittimo, 2009, p. 1005
ZUNARELLI, Stefano, The liability of the shipper, in Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial
    Law Quarterly, 2002, p. 350


  CHAPTER 8. TRANSPORT DOCUMENTS AND ELECTRONIC TRANSPORT RECORDS
CLARKE, Malcolm, Transport documents: their transferability as documents of title,
    electronic documents, in Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly,
    2002, p. 356
CROWLEY, Michael E., The limited scope of the cargo liability regime covering
    carriage of goods by sea: the multimodal problem, in Tulane Law Review, 2005,
    1461
CZERWENKA, Beate, Scope of application and rules on multimodal transport contracts,
    in Transportrecht, 2004, p. 297
LORENZON, Filippo, Analysis of Chapter 8, in The Rotterdam Rules, A practical
    annotation, Informa, 2009, p. 99 and, for a review of this article, BERLINGIERI,
    Francesco, A review of some recent analyses of the Rotterdam Rules, in Il
    Diritto Marittimo, 2009, p. 1008
SCHELIN, Johan, Documents under the UNCITRAL draft instrument on carriage of
    goods by sea, in Scandinavian studies in law, 2004, p. 191
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STURLEY, Michael F., Phantom Carriers and UNCITRAL’s Proposed Transport Law
    Convention, in Lloyd’s Maritime & Commercial Law Quarterly, 2006, p. 426
WILLIAMS, Richard, Transport documentation – the new approach, in A New
     Convention for the Carriage of Goods by Sea – The Rotterdam Rules, Edited by
     Prof. Rhidian Thomas, Lawtext Publishing, 2009, p. 190
ZEKOS, Georgios I., The contractual role of documents issued under the CMI draft
    instrument on transport law 2001, in Journal of Maritime Law and
    Commerce, 2004, p. 99


                       CHAPTER 9. DELIVERY OF THE GOODS
DEBATTISTA, Charles, Analysis of Chapter 9, in The Rotterdam Rules, A practical
    annotation, Informa, 2009, p. 123 and, for a review of this article, BERLINGIERI,
    Francesco, A review of some recent analyses of the Rotterdam Rules, in Il
    Diritto Marittimo, 2009, p. 1011
DEBATTISTA, Charles, The Goods carried – Who gets them and who controls
    them?, CMI Colloquium on the Rotterdam Rules, Rotterdam, September 21,
    2009
DELEBECQUE, Philippe, Le chapitre 9 des Règles de Rotterdam: la livraison, in Uniform
    Law Review, Vol. XIV, 2009, p. 857
VAN DER   ZIEL, Gertjan, Delivery of the goods, rights of the controlling party and
     transfer of rights, in A New Convention for the Carriage of Goods by Sea – The
     Rotterdam Rules, Edited by Prof. Rhidian Thomas, Lawtext Publishing, 2009, p.
     242; also in Journal of International Maritime Law, 2009, p. 597 and, for a review
     of this article, BERLINGIERI, Francesco, A review of some recent analyses of the
     Rotterdam Rules, in Il Diritto Marittimo, 2009, p. 983
WILLIAMS, Richard, Transport documentation under the new Convention, in
     International Maritime Law, Vol. 14, Issue 6, November-December 2008, p. 566


                CHAPTER 10. RIGHTS OF THE CONTROLLING PARTY
DEBATTISTA, Charles, Analysis of Chapter 10, in The Rotterdam Rules, A practical
    annotation, Informa, 2009, p. 151 and, for a review of this article, BERLINGIERI,
    Francesco, A review of some recent analyses of the Rotterdam Rules, in Il
    Diritto Marittimo, 2009, p. 1016
PEJOVIC, Caslav, Stoppage in transit and right of control: "conflict of rules"?, in
     Pace International Law Review, 2008, p. 129
VAN DER ZIEL, Gertjan, Chapter 10 of the Rotterdam Rules: Control of Goods in Transit,
     in Texas International Law Journal, Vol. 44, Spring 2009, p. 375
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                        CHAPTER 11. TRANSFER OF RIGHTS
DEBATTISTA, Charles, Analysis of Chapter 11, in The Rotterdam Rules, A practical
    annotation, Informa, 2009, p. 173


                         CHAPTER 12. LIMITS OF LIABILITY
GIRVIN, Stephen, Exclusions and limitation of liability, in International Maritime Law,
     Vol. 14, Issue 6, November-December 2008, p. 524
HUYBRECHTS, Marc, Limitation of liability and of actions, in Lloyd’s Maritime and
    Commercial Law Quarterly, 2002, p. 370
KARAN, Hakan, Revising liability limits in international maritime conventions: a
    Turkish perspective, in Journal of Maritime Law and Commerce, 2003, p.
    615
LANNAN, Kate, Behind the numbers: the limitation on carrier liability in the Rotterdam
    Rules?, in Uniform Law Review, Vol. XIV, 2009, p. 901
MBIAH, Kofi, The Convention on contracts for the international carriage of goods
    wholly or partly by sea: the liability and limitation of liability regime, CMI
    Colloquium on the Rotterdam Rules, Rotterdam, September 21, 2009
STURLEY, Michael F., Setting the Limitation Amounts for the UNCITRAL Transport
    Law Convention: The Fall 2007 Session of Working Group III, in Benedict’s
    Maritime Bulletin, 5, 2007, p. 147
TSIMPLIS, Michael, Analysis of Chapter 12, in The Rotterdam Rules, A practical
     annotation, Informa, 2009, p. 181 and, for a review of this article, BERLINGIERI,
     Francesco, A review of some recent analyses of the Rotterdam Rules, in Il Diritto
     Marittimo, 2009, p. 1020

                            CHAPTER 13. TIME FOR SUIT
BAATZ, Yvonne, Analysis of Chapter 13, in The Rotterdam Rules, A practical
    annotation, Informa, 2009, p. 195 and, for a review of this article, BERLINGIERI,
    Francesco, A review of some recent analyses of the Rotterdam Rules, in Il
    Diritto Marittimo, 2009, p. 1024


             CHAPTER 14. JURISDICTION – CHAPTER 15. ARBITRATION
BAATZ, Yvonne, Jurisdiction and arbitration, in A New Convention for the Carriage of
    Goods by Sea – The Rotterdam Rules, Edited by Prof. Rhidian Thomas, Lawtext
    Publishing, 2009, p. 258, also in Journal of International Maritime Law, 2009, p.
    608 and, for a review of this article, BERLINGIERI, Francesco, A review of some
    recent analyses of the Rotterdam Rules, in Il Diritto Marittimo, 2009, p. 985
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BAATZ, Yvonne, Analysis of Chapter 14, in The Rotterdam Rules, A practical
    annotation, Informa, 2009, p. 211 and, for a review of this article, BERLINGIERI,
    Francesco, A review of some recent analyses of the Rotterdam Rules, in Il
    Diritto Marittimo, 2009, p. 1027
BAATZ, Yvonne, Analysis of Chapter 15, in The Rotterdam Rules, A practical
    annotation, Informa, 2009, p. 235 and, for a review of this article, BERLINGIERI,
    Francesco, A review of some recent analyses of the Rotterdam Rules, in Il
    Diritto Marittimo, 2009, p. 1028
BERLINGIERI, Francesco, Giurisdizione e arbitrato nel Progetto UNCITRAL di
     Convenzione sul trasporto di cose, in Il Diritto Marittimo, 2007, 694
BERLINGIERI, Giorgio, Jurisdiction and arbitration in the UNCITRAL draft convention
     on carriage of goods (wholly or partly) (by sea), in ICMA XVI Congress papers,
     Singapore, ICMA, 2007, p. 308
HERBER, Rolf, Jurisdiction and arbitration: should the new Convention contain rules on
    these subjects?, in Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, 2002, p.
    405
HETHERINGTON, Stuart, Jurisdiction and arbitration, in CMI Yearbook, 2003, p.
    245
HOOPER, Chester D., Forum Selection and Arbitration in the Draft Convention on
    Contracts for the International Carriage of Goods Wholly or Partly by Sea, or
    The Definition of Fora Conveniens Set Forth in the Rotterdam Rules, in Texas
    International Law Journal, Vol. 44, Spring 2009, p. 417
LOPEZ DE GONZALO, Marco, Giurisdizione e arbitrato, in Il Diritto Marittimo,
    2006, p. 1048
STURLEY, Michael, Jurisdiction under the Rotterdam Rules, CMI Colloquium on
    the Rotterdam Rules, Rotterdam, September 21, 2009 and in Uniform Law
    Review, Vol. XIV, 2009, p. 945
STURLEY, Michael, Overruling Sky Reefer in the International Arena: A
    Preliminary Assessment of Forum Selection and Arbitration Clauses in the
    New UNCITRAL Transport Law Convention, in Journal of Maritime Law &
    Commerce, 37, 2006, p. 1
VON   ZIEGLER, Alexander, Jurisdiction and forum selection clauses in a modern
      law on carriage of goods by sea, in Jurisdiction and forum selection in
      international maritime law, Essays in honor of Robert Force, M. Davies,
      eds., 2005, p. 85


                 CHAPTER 16. VALIDITY OF CONTRACTUAL TERMS
BERLINGIERI, Francesco, Ambito di applicazione e libertà contrattuale, in Il Diritto
    Marittimo, 2006, p. 1016
BERLINGIERI, Francesco, Freedom of contract under the Rotterdam Rules, in
    Uniform Law Review, Vol. XIV, 2009, p. 831
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DELEBECQUE, Philippe, La Convention des Nations Unies sur le contrat de
    transport international de marchandises entièrement ou partiellement par
    mer et la liberté contractuelle, Mélanges Yves Tassel, in Annuaire de Droit
    Maritime et Océanique, 2008, T. XXVI, p. 485
HAICONG, Z., A call for the restoration of contractual freedom in cargo shipping,
    in Uniform Law Review, 2003, p. 309
HONKA, Hannu, United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International
    Carriage of Goods Wholly or Partly by Sea – Scope of application and
    Freedom of contract, CMI Colloquium on the Rotterdam Rules, Rotterdam,
    September 21, 2009
LÓPEZ-RUEDA, Francisco Carlos, Las Reglas de Rotterdam: ¿Un régimen uniforme
    para los contratos de volumen?, Anuario de Derecho Marítimo, Vol. XXVI,
    2009, pp. 101-134
LORENZON, Filippo, Analysis of Chapter 16, in The Rotterdam Rules, A practical
    annotation, Informa, 2009, p. 243
MUKHERJEE, Proshanto K-BASU BAL, Abhinayan, A Legal and Economic Analysis
   of the Volume Contract Concept under the Rotterdam Rules: Selected Issues
   in Perspective, CMI Colloquium on the Rotterdam Rules, Rotterdam,
   September 21, 2009
STURLEY, Michael F., Freedom of Contract and Carriage of Goods by Sea: A
    Retrospective on Shifting Attitudes from Hague to Rotterdam, in General
    Trends in Maritime and Transport Law 1929-2009, Eleventh Hässelby
    Colloquium 2009, 2009, p. 211
STURLEY, Michael F., The Mandatory Character of the Convention and its
    Exceptions: Volume Contracts, paper delivered at the Congress “The
    Rotterdam Rules: A New Era in Uniform Transport Law”, held at Carlos III
    University of Madrid on the 17th and 18th of September 2009, in the course
    of publication by Carlos III University of Madrid


          CHAPTER 17. MATTERS NOT GOVERNED BY THIS CONVENTION
STANILAND, Hilton, Analysis of Chapter 17, in The Rotterdam Rules, A practical
     annotation, Informa, 2009, p. 257


                          CHAPTER 18. FINAL CLAUSES
SERDY, Andrew, Analysis of Chapter 18, in The Rotterdam Rules, A practical
    annotation, Informa, 2009, p. 263

								
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