As always, the team has spent this week pondering matters of international importance. We were interested to see that the Full Federal Court of Australia has allowed the cruise operator’s appeal in ...
This week the team has found time to consider two interesting cases on jurisdiction, which does seem to be a topic consuming a very large amount of court time, post-Brexit. We understand that various ...
This week the team has been thinking about some of the more esoteric questions raised by cross border work; whether the standard of proof is a procedural or substantive matter, and whether orders for ...
Travel practitioners tend to be sunny optimists, dealing as they do with the jollier aspects of human existence; package holidays, package tours, and (more latterly) linked travel arrangements. But ...
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