We publish articles concentrating on changes in the law such as Brexit and the new Package Travel Directive. We also feature legal cases that impact on our travel industry clients and the sector as a whole.
X v Kuoni – What next?
Terms and conditions for reluctant organisers under the new Package Travel Directive
The Great Repeal Act – and how this may affect the travel industry
Planning the Sale Of Your Business
Food for Thought; Holiday Sickness
What could Brexit mean for the travel sector?
Huzar v Jet2.com – truly “extraordinary”?
Online Images, Copyrights and Wrongs
Ebola, a dangerous disease and difficult questions for tour operators
Holiday pay, time to worry?
Employee ordered to pay employer £50,000
Employment Law Update
Draft employment code on “pre-termination negotiation” published
Pragmatic Judge dismisses isolated salmonella claim at all-inclusive hotel
Clunk-Click: The legal consequences for tour operators and their clients in failing to fasten seatbelts
Is Illness a Disease?
Resort is Revolting…
Hopeless Case v Early Evidence
Changing Contractual Terms and Conditions
Happier Times for Ski Operators and their Insurers
Resort Activities and Excursions: what can tour operators learn from Mrs. Moore’s experience with Inghams?
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