RESEARCH PROFILE

RECENT PUBLICATIONS (2014 ONWARDS)

Edited Collections

‘To What Extent Does a Shipowner Have to Employ Private Armed Guards to Protect a Seafarer from the Risk of Being Injured or Killed by the Criminal Acts of Pirates in the Context of his/her Employment? An English Negligence Law Perspective’ in Massimiliano Musi (ed), Port, Maritime and Transport Law Between Legacies of the Past and Modernisation (Bonomo Editore 2018).

Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals

‘General Average and Negotiation Period Expenses in Piracy Cases’ (2017) 2 (1) International Transport Law Review 105.

Other Publications

‘Plot Twist in Piraeus: Eteka v Liquid Petroleum Gaz Shipping Judgment 148/2018 (Single Member Court of Appeal in Piraeus)’ (2018) 18(3) Shipping and Trade Law 1.

‘Physical Suppliers in Piraeus: Eteka v Liquid Petroleum Gaz Shipping Judgment 280/2017 (Single Member Court of the First Instance in Piraeus)’ (2017) 17 (2) Shipping and Trade Law 6.

‘A Glimmer of Hope for Physical Suppliers? Eteka v Aratos Maritime Ltd Judgment 1096/2016 (Single Member Court of the First Instance in Piraeus)’ (2016) 16(10) Shipping and Trade Law 5.

Conference Papers

‘The Impact of BREXIT on Health and Safety at Work on board UK Ships’ paper to be presented at the workshop on Brexit: Regulatory Challenges for Business Law organised by the University of Essex Law School and to be held in Colchester, UK in May 2019.

‘The Impact of BREXIT on Health and Safety at Work on board UK Ships’ paper to be presented at the 10th Annual Maritime Law and Policy Postgraduate Research Conference 2019 organised by City Law School and to be held in London, UK in April 2019.

‘To What Extent Does a Shipowner Have to Employ Private Armed Guards to Protect a Seafarer from the Risk of Being Injured or Killed by the Criminal Acts of Pirates in the Context of his/her Employment? An English Negligence Law Perspective’ paper presented at the 7th Edition of the International Research Seminar in Maritime, Port and Transport Law hosted by the North Adriatic Sea Port Authority, organised by Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna, and held in Venice, Italy, in June 2018.

‘An Insight into a Shipowner’s Duty of Care to a Seafarer in Maritime Piracy Cases – Mitsui & Co Ltd and others v Beteiligungsgesellschaft LPG Tankerflotte MBH & Co KG and another (The Longchamp) [2017] UKSC 68’ paper presented in the 9th Annual Maritime Law and Policy Postgraduate Research Conference 2018 organised by City Law School and held in London, UK in April 2018.

‘The Use of Private Armed Guards in the Fight against Piracy: An English Negligence Law Perspective’ paper presented in the 5th Annual Young Academics’ Vision on Tomorrow’s Transport Law 2017 organised by University Jaume I and held in Benicassim, Spain in September 2017.

‘The Shipowner’s Standard of Care when Crew Members are Assaulted by Pirates or Armed Robbers: An English Negligence Law Perspective’ paper presented in the 8th Annual Maritime Law and Policy Postgraduate Research Conference 2017 organised by City Law School and held in London, UK in April 2017.

‘The Shipowner’s Duty of Care towards its Crewmembers and the Risk of Piracy under English Law’ paper presented in the 3rd Annual Colloquium on Sea Lines of Communication 2016: Discovery organised by the Southampton Marine and Maritime Postgraduate Group and held in Southampton, UK in November 2016.

Wider Research Interest

Admiralty Law
Charterparties
Marine Labour Law