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Title A sea change : the exclusive economic zone and governance institutions for living marine resources / edited by Syma A. Ebbin, Alf Håkon Hoel and Are K. Sydnes
Published Dordrecht, The Netherlands : Springer, [2005]


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Description xiv, 223 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents pt. 1. Recognizing red flags: framing the issue -- ch.1. Who is your client? -- ch.2. Fees: contract or fiduciary duty? -- pt. 2. Responding to red flags: fiduciary duty -- ch.3. Communication: the foundation of the 4 C's -- ch.4. Competence: Why you were hired in the first place -- ch.5. Confidentiality: the never-ending obligation -- ch.6. Conflicts of interest: the loyalty obligation -- pt. 3. Responding to red flags: the limits of the law -- ch.7. The limits of zealous representation: when you must say "no" -- pt. 4. Red flags you cannot ignore: remedies -- ch.8. So what can happen? client and third-person remedies -- pt. 5. How to get the help you really need -- ch.9. How to help yourself: researching the law governing lawyers -- ch. 10 When you need to seek additional advice and perspective -- pt. 1. Representing clients -- pt. 2. Operating your law practice
Summary "The analytical core of this volume focuses on the development of institutional arrangements for the management of living marine resources, occurring at different levels of social organization, that have developed from the introduction of the EEZs. The chapters cover case studies from both the north and south, in the Pacific and the Atlantic Oceans. The case studies critically examine the impact of the EEZ regime on institutions at local, national, regional and international levels of social organization. The broad range of contributions by the authors highlights the diversity of institutions and outcomes that have emerged from the implementation of the EEZs, providing a rich opportunity for comparative analysis. By doing so, we seek to address three broad questions: what is the nature of the institutions that coastal states have created within the framework provided by the EEZs?; how has the creation of the EEZs affected the vertical interplay among institutions at different levels of social organization (i.e., international, national, traditional and co-management regimes) and the horizontal interplay among institutions focused on different functional arenas (i.e., trade, environment and fisheries)?; and how has the development of EEZ-based regimes affected the fit of marine resource management institutions with biophysical systems?" "This edited volume is important reading for policy-makers, practitioners and scholars involved in these endeavors as well as those in the fields of international relations, marine resource management, global environmental governance, and more generally, institutions and organizations."--Jacket
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes System requirements: Internet connectivity, World Wide Web browser, and Adobe Acrobat reader
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Subject Economic zones (Law of the sea)
Fishery law and legislation.
Marine resources conservation -- Law and legislation.
Author Ebbin, Syma A.
Hoel, Alf Håkon, 1957-
Sydnes, Are K.
LC no. 2007943329
ISBN 1402031327
1402031335 (e-book)