Category: <span>Travel & Cross Border Claims</span>
30
Apr
20
I recently appeared for the Claimant, JG, in a strike out application brought by the Defendant, a no-frills airline. It is an important reminder that courts should refuse to strike out ...

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28
Apr
20
Do you remember Brexit? When viewed through a rose-tinted lens, the shenanigans of 2019 seem like carefree days of whimsical and costless political indulgence. The fact that, at a critical stage in ...

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27
Apr
20
If Covid-19 can be compared to a butterfly, and we think it can, the effects of its flutterings are starting to be felt in increasingly unexpected ways. Who could have predicted that, as we reported ...

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24
Apr
20
One of the (very few) consolations of the present emergency has been the chance to catch up on the great television of years past. I have spent this week bingeing on the BBC’s 1994 adaptation of ...

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20
Apr
20
Sarah Prager has written a chapter, The impact of travel claims and litigation in the UK, in the new book The Legal Impacts of COVID-19 in the Travel, Tourism and Hospitality Industry. You can view ...

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15
Apr
20
We are delighted to announce the launch of our new Free Legal Advice Helpline for legal professionals. We recognise that many of our clients are facing unprecedented challenges dealing with ...

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14
Apr
20
This week has seen more claims arising out of the Covid-19 outbreak, and more concerns about who is going to foot the bill for holiday refunds. The team at 1 Chancery Lane have summarised some of the ...

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07
Apr
20
The Association of British Insurers (“ABI”) has calculated that travel insurers in the UK could face at least £275 million of claims owing to Coronavirus, for holidays and trips that could not be ...

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06
Apr
20
It’s been another busy week in travel law; we’ve seen the first cases arising out of the Covid-19 holiday cancellations, and amendments to the CPR, both pre-planned and reactive. The team at 1 ...

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30
Mar
20
It’s been a busy week in travel law, even if no one has been able to do any actual travelling. The team at 1 Chancery Lane summarise some of the most noteworthy developments. ...

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