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The lawyers at Eric Van Hooydonk Lawyers are known for their academically sound, practice-oriented and original legal publications.
In the following you can find a selection of recent books, research reports, conference papers and magazine articles in English and French. Some of these can be downloaded free of charge. Click here for more publications in Dutch.
Bologna, 30 June 2016
Madrid, 16 June 2016
New York, 4 May 2016
New York, 4 May 2016
Leuven, 18 March 2016
published in the editorial of Journal of International Maritime Law (United Kingdom), 2015
published in Journal of International Maritime Law (United Kingdom), 2015
published in Journal of International Maritime Law (United Kingdom), 2014
Antwerp, Portius, 2013, 328 p.
Antwerp, Portius, 2013, 1101 p.
• Fifty Years of the European Tugowners Association. From London club to Brussels lobby
Brussels / Antwerp, ETA / Pandora Publishers, 2013, 196 p.
• Places of refuge. International Law and the CMI Draft Convention
London, Lloyd’s List, 2009, 528 p.
• Ad hoc project procedures for the development of transport infrastructures
in Haezendonck, E. (Ed.), Transport Project Evaluation. Extending the Social Cost-Benefit Approach, Cheltenham, UK / Northampton, MA, USA, Edward Elgar, 2007, 132-147
• The obligation to offer a place of refuge to a ship in distress
published in Franckx, E. (ed.), Contemporary Regulation of Marine Living Resources and Pollution, Antwerp/Apeldoorn, Maklu, 2007, 85-128
• Soft Values of Seaports. A Plea for Soft Values Management by Port Authorities
published in Notteboom, Th. (Ed.), Ports are more than piers. Liber Amicorum presented to Prof. Dr. Willy Winkelmans, Antwerp, De Lloyd, 2006, 93-145
• The Impact of EU Environmental Law on Ports and Waterways including a proposal for the creation of Portus 2010, a coherent EU network of strategic port development areas
Antwerp/Apeldoorn, Maklu, 2006, 317 p., for a review by Dr Andrew Farmer of the Institute for European Environmental Policy in the Journal of International Maritime Law, click here
• Places of Refuge: The Belgian Experience
published in Chircop, A. and Linden, O. (Eds.), Places of Refuge for Ships: Emerging Environmental Concerns of a Maritime Custom, Leiden, Brill, 2006, 415-428
published in Ringbom, H. (Ed.), The Emerging European Maritime Law. Proceedings from the Third European Colloquium on Maritime Law Research, Ravenna, 17–18 September 2004 (MarIus no. 330), Oslo, University of Oslo, 2005, 47-118, in Journal of International Maritime Law (United Kingdom), 2005 and in Il diritto marittimo (Italië), 2006, 65-111
published in Il diritto marittimo (Italië), 2004, 851-873
published in CMI Yearbook 2003. Vancouver I, Antwerp, Comité Maritime International, 2004, 403-445, published in abbreviated form in Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, 2004, 347-374
published in Transport Insurance in Belgium, Special Lloyd, januari 2004, 3-11
• English and Continental Maritime Law. After 115 Years of Maritime Law Unification: a Search for Differences between Common Law and Civil Law
published as editor, Antwerp/Apeldoorn, Maklu, 2003, 173 p.
• The regime of port authorities under European law including an analysis of the Port Services Directive
published in Van Hooydonk, E., (Ed.), European Seaports Law. EU Law of Ports and Port Services and the Ports Package, Antwerpen/Apeldoorn, Maklu, 2003, 79–185 and in Liber amicorum R. Roland, Brussel, Larcier, 2003, 467-570
• Some Remarks on Financial Securities Imposed by Public Authorities on Casualty Ships as a Condition for Entry into Ports
published in Huybrechts, M. (Ed.), Van Hooydonk, E. en Dieryck, C. (Co–eds.), Marine insurance at the turn of the Millennium, II, Antwerpen/Groningen/Oxford, Intersentia, 2000, 117-136
• Développements récents en matière de lieux de refuge pour navires en détresse
published in Droit maritime français, 2006, 662–682
published in Droit maritime français, 2004, 808–815
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