Category: Travel & Cross Border Claims
25
Sep
19
We all woke up to the news that Thomas Cook had collapsed, entering into compulsory liquidation. Not only was this troubling news for holidaymakers due to go on holiday, and indeed those stranded ...
27
Aug
19
Jack Harding, barrister at 1 Chancery Lane, and Paul McClorry, Head of Travel Law at Hudgells solicitors, consider whether the special rules governing matters relating to insurance in section 3 of the ...
01
Aug
19
On 31st July 2019 the High Court handed down judgment in Labbadia v Alitalia (2019) EWHC 2103 (QB). The Claimant had slipped on  snow or ice as he descended a set of aircraft steps at ...
30
Jul
19
If, like me, you spent 7 hours on a train without air conditioning on the hottest day of the year (see, “Travel Chaos” across all media), you will have had ample time to skim the decision ...
16
Apr
19
This case concerned a jurisdictional challenge brought by two corporate entities, one English and one Zambian registered/domiciled, which made its way through the High Court ([2016] EWHC 975 (TCC)) ...
12
Apr
19
Chambers is delighted to announce that 1 Chancery Lane has been shortlisted for Barristers' Chambers of the Year, at The British Claims Awards 2019. 
12
Apr
19
Presented at the PEOPIL Conference, May 2019. Introduction Mrs X and her husband booked a 14 night all-inclusive package holiday to Sri ...
21
Feb
19
This edition of the Newsletter considers a recent decision in the County Court which, for the first time, was concerned with the application of the
18
Feb
19
We're delighted to announce that Sarah Prager will, again, be speaking at the ABTA Travel Law Seminar. To see the other speakers and programme, click here: 
05
Feb
19
Past readers of this publication will know that we used to pride ourselves on our reports from what HHJ Saggerson always referred to as the “

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