As would-be holidaymakers continue to report chaotic scenes at airports both within the jurisdiction and abroad, and airlines, airports and government busy themselves playing Blame Roulette, the Court ...
The team are in sunny mood this week; not only are we looking forward to an enjoyable and educational webinar on cross border claims, featuring Sarah Prager and Andrew Spencer, on Thursday, we spent ...
Earlier this month the Court of Justice of the European Union gave its decision in a case which has attracted very little attention amongst practitioners in the UK, but which would heavily influence ...
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