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4 ATTRIBUTION OF LIABILITY: RISK MANAGEMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ISM

Modern Maritime Law Volume 2: Managing Risks and Liabilities

4 ATTRIBUTION OF LIABILITY: RISK MANAGEMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ISM ATTRIBUTION OF LIABILITY: RISK MANAGEMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ISM Before any discussion of the legal implications of the ISM can be explored, due consideration must be given to how liability for acts or omissions of employees or officers of a company is attributed to the company, which has a separate personality. Whereas, in the previous editions, the issues arising from the rules of attribution of liability were discussed under the relevant chapters, in this edition they are concentrated in this chapter.

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