A question raised at the recent 1 Chancery Lane webinar on the future of the travel industry related to the possibility of criminal charges being brought against cruise operators as a result of the ...
This article has been written by Jack Harding of 1 Chancery Lane and Lee Hills, Partner in the Litigation and Travel team at Mayo Wynne Baxter.
In response to the Covid-19 Pandemic, the Association ...
It’s been a couple of weeks since we last considered the thorny issue of flight and holiday refunds; but the saga continues to rumble on, with no prospect of any resolution any time soon. This week ...
Attentive readers will note that the internationally renowned 1 Chancery Lane Weekly Roundup has a different title this week. Are we finally sick and tired of writing about Covid-19? Of course not! ...
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