Category: Travel & Cross Border Claims
22
Jul
20
On 14th May the Advocate General provided his opinion to the CJEU in Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri v BV, Case C-129/19, a reference from the Supreme Court of Cassation, ...

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21
Jul
20
Sarah Prager, barrister at 1 Chancery Lane, and Scott Rigby, partner and international injuries lawyer at Stewarts Law, warn of the very real dangers to player health posed by the truncated rugby ...

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20
Jul
20
Modesty forbids us from pointing out that the FCO has altered its guidance on cruise holidays, only days after last week’s Weekly Roundup was published. A coincidence? We think not! But with great ...

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20
Jul
20
Those practitioners undertaking cross-border work regularly encounter several conundrums; one of these is the question of where the Civil Liability (Contribution) Act 1978 fits into the applicable law ...

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13
Jul
20
Last week we reported that after a catastrophic four months cruise operators had finally been able to restart sailing, albeit initially in a fairly limited way. This week the FCO administered what can ...

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10
Jul
20
In yesterday’s webinar, Sarah Prager and Andrew Spencer debated whether the decision in X v Kuoni remains good law in light of the new Regulations and the subsequent decisions in ...

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08
Jul
20
Much has been written recently about the unwillingness or inability of airlines, travel agents and tour operators to provide holidaymakers with refunds for holidays cancelled or otherwise affected by ...

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02
Jul
20
This article has been written by Matthew Ford of BLM, and Sarah Prager and Richard Collier of 1 Chancery Lane. What are the potential difficulties tour operators might face if there is ...

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29
Jun
20
This week has been a mixed bag for the travel industry. Virgin Atlantic appears to be sliding towards insolvency, BA has announced that it will make a quarter of its staff redundant, and EasyJet’s ...

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22
Jun
20
As we edge ever closer to being able to go on holiday, the team at 1CL has been spending its time reading the recent Transport Select Committee Report on the Aviation Industry, waving a regretful ...

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