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Sarah Prager has been featured as Lawyer of the Year 2021 in Travel Law in The Best Lawyers in the United Kingdom. Called to the Bar in 1997, Sarah Prager has been listed in the legal directories as a Band 1 practitioner in travel law for many years. Together with her colleagues at 1 Chancery

General Damages in Holiday Claims: a Recap

It has now been ten years since the Court of Appeal’s seminal decision in the case of Milner & Milner v Carnival Plc [2010] EWCA Civ 389 and still the assessment of general damages in holiday claims poses difficulties for those acting in this area. Although much of this difficulty is no doubt inherent in

Last week the weather encouraged us to wonder whether lockdown is so terrible after all. This week’s rain has reminded us that the Great British Summer is as capricious as a toddler at tea time, and the team’s plan to jump into the liveried 1CL charabanc and head to Clacton beach for ice cream and

In yesterday’s weekly webinar, Francesca O’Neill and Dominique Smith covered: A general update to Article 2 Inquests and those involving juries The recent Chief Coroner’s Guidance following the outbreak of the covid-19 pandemic The possible impact of the pandemic on Inquests If you missed it, you can view the webinar here: The next in our

Having recently discussed the basic principles applicable to employers’ liability claims, in the second of a two-part series, Ben Hicks and Andrew Spencer turn to examine how the current Covid-19 pandemic has created issues for employers and consider how these issues might be dealt with by the Courts. Particular topics discussed include: What precautions should

The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) is hosting a webinar which will focus on the future of consumer rights protection in tourism post covid-19. As Chair of the Travel and Tourism Lawyers’ Association of England and Wales, Sarah Prager will be participating in this webinar. Discussion will centre on how best to restore consumer confidence in

Chamberlain J handed down judgment this morning in the appeals of Saffron and Mya Paul whose secondary victim claims were struck out by Master Cook in November 2019.  Chamberlain J concluded that Master Cook was wrong to strike out the claims and they should proceed to trial. The appeal was concerned with the vexed issue

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 Covid-19 pandemic. In this Special Briefing we examine the operation of the criminal law in relation to the travel industry. The

Written by Paul Stagg, Barrister¹ The coronavirus lockdown has had many effects. Many people are saying that spending much more time with a significant other than either of them is accustomed to brings into sharp focus just how well they are suited to each other. In the case of barristers practising in civil law, widespread

This week the team has been looking to the future. The 1 Chancery Lane Thursday Webinar, given this week by Sarah Prager and Richard Collier (and available here), grappled with the future of the travel industry and who should bear the risk of a second spike or future pandemic. At the conclusion of the webinar

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