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Dr. Ann Fenech

Dr. Ann Fenech

Fenech & Fenech Advocates

Rhidian Thomas, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus

Rhidian Thomas, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus

Institute of International Shipping and Trade Law, Swansea University, Wales, United Kingdom

ALL SPEAKERS

  1. Dr. sc. Ann Fenech (Malta) – International recognition of judicial sales
  2. Prof. emer. Rhidian Thomas (Wales, UK): The nature of P & I insurance and some contemporary issues
  3. Prof. emer. Ivo Grabovac (Croatia) – Prof. dr. sc. Marija Ignjatović (Serbia): General Average – an ancient Institute of Maritime Law at the beginning of the third millenium
  4. Prof. dr. sc. Dragan Bolanča (Croatia) – Prof. dr. sc. Petra Amižić Jelovčić (Croatia): Legal Sources of Croatian Law on Liability for Damages Caused by Physical Injury, Death or Health Impairment of a Crew Member (Seaman)
  5. Prof. dr. sc. Justyna Nawrot (Poland) – Dr. sc. Igor Vio (Croatia): Autonomous Vessels Based on Artificial Intelligence: How to Resolve the Possible Conflict in Protecting the Common Values?
  6. Prof. dr. sc. Dorotea Ćorić (Croatia): The term Pollution Damage in the Croatian Maritime Code – the importance of the uniform interpretation
  7. Doc. dr. sc. Iva Tuhtan Grgić (Croatia): Scope of application of the Maritime Code’s private law provisions with regard to vessels and maritime facilities.
  8. Doc. dr. sc. Iva Savić (Croatia): „Autonomous Veseels“ In Croatian Maritime Law
  9. Josipa Vučenović, mag.iur. (Croatia):  Perils of the sea in relation to carrier’s liability
  10. Prof. dr. sc. Vilma Pezelj (Croatia) – Dr. sc. Mara Barun (Croatia): Legal status of maritime passengers since Roman law to modern European legislation
  11. Zoran Tasić, L.L.B. (Croatia): Prevention Principle and Extension of Time Clauses in Shipbuilding Contracts
  12. Prof. dr. sc. Adriana Padovan (Croatia) – Dr. sc. Vesna Skorupan Wolff (Croatia): Why the Legal provisions on Warehousing Contracts should not be applied to Berthing Contracts?
  13. Prof. dr. sc. Željka Primorac (Croatia): Cost Recovery Systems of operating Port reception facilities for the reception and treatmet of waste from ships according to the provisions of Directive (EU) 2019/883
  14. Prof. dr. sc. Axel  Luttenberger (Croatia): The Role of Insurance in Achieving Climate Resilience in Coastal Zone
  15. Prof. dr. sc. Maria Piera Rizzo (Italy) – Operations of Search and Rescue and Place of Safety
  16. Prof. dr. sc. Cinzia Ingratoci (Italy): Common Management of Maritime Borders of the E.U. Opportunities and issues emerging from the implementation of the new Regulation (EU) 2019/1896 on the European Border and Coast Guard
  17. Prof. dr. sc. Mirela Šarac (Croatia) –  Dr. sc. Andrija Crnković (Croatia): Legal working status of crew members (seamen) during the centuries – a comparative overview
  18. Dr. sc. Petar Kragić (Croatia) – Diana Jerolimov, L.L.B. (Croatia): Some Thoughts on a New Concept for Carriage of Goods by Sea Rules – Liability, Dispute Resolution and Guarantee for Recovery Payment
  19. Doc. dr. sc. Zuzzana Peplowska-Dabrowska (Poland): Outbreak of disease at  a Cruise ship – Some remarks relating to liability issues
  20. Dr. sc. Božena Bulum (Croatia) – Doc. dr. sc. Marija Pijaca (Croatia): State Aids for financing of Seaports infrastructure in the recent decisions of the European institutions
  21. Doc. dr. sc. Lucija Sokanović (Croatia) – Marina Boko, mag.iur. (Croatia): Maritime Pollution in Croatia – Old Questions and New Developments
  22. Prof. dr. sc. Ratko Brnabić (Croatia): INCOTERMS 2020 – Brand new rules or merely cosmetic changes?
  23. Jose Maria Alcantara Gonzales (Spain): Is there room for a Mediterranean approach to the International Maritime Law?
  24. Prof. dr. sc. Aref Fakhry (Sweden) – Dr. sc. Khanssa Lagdami (Sweden): Definitions and Concepts of Automation in Ships: Law, IMO, and Industry
  25. Prof. Dr. Norman Martinez (Malta) – Dr. Mitja Grbec (Slovenia): The  Convention on the Legal Status on the Caspian Sea – A crucial step in the process of  (hydrocarbon) exploration of the area
  26. Doc. dr. sc. Nikola Mandić (Croatia) – Prof. dr. sc. Jelena Grdinić Nikčević (Montenegro): New provisions on public transport in Liner and Occasional Coastal Shipping Service in Croatian and Montenegrin Law
  27. Prof. dr. sc. Ranka Petrinović (Croatia) – Trpimir Perkušić, mag.iur. (Croatia) – Tony Vuković, mag.iur. (Croatia): Inspection of Seafarers’ working conditions in accordance with the MLC 2006 in ports of Paris MOU Signatories
  28. Prof. dr. sc. Andrijana Bilić (Croatia) – Vanja Smokvina (Croatia): Problems and perspectives of seafarers’ labour contracts in the light of Maritime Labour Convention with special reference to Croatian legislation
  29. Prof. dr. sc. Merica Slišković (Croatia) – Helena Ukić Boljat (Croatia) – Prof. dr. sc. Lidija Runko Luttenberger (Croatia): Implementation of the Port Reception Facilities Directive
  30. Prof. dr. sc. Goran Vojković (Croatia) – Katerina Dulčić (Croatia) – Romina Jovančević (Croatia): The Right to Appeal in the Proceedings of Awarding the Concessions on Maritime Domain- Discrepancies in General Law and Specific Law
  31. Prof. dr. sc. Marija Boban (Croatia): Maritime Cyber risk management and Cybersecurity onboard ships
  32. Dr. sc. Albano Gilalbert Gascon (Spain): Abandonment of the Ship, Rights of the Insurer, and Charter Agreements

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