ABTA's Travel Law Seminar is a must-attend event for anyone with a legal responsibility in travel.
Now in its 21st year, ABTA's flagship legal event will deliver the latest developments in travel law. Join over 150 travel industry leaders and senior legal representatives and hear from a wide range of legal, government and travel industry speakers.
A specially selected speaker line-up of travel and legal professionals will guide you through the changing landscape of travel regulation. You will hear crucial presentations on topics such as what Brexit will actually look like, the current issues with the Package Travel Regulations post implementation and the upcoming changes to the ATOL Regulations.
You will have the opportunity to question the experts on key regulatory issues such as Linked Travel Arrangements, data management and cyber security following GDPR, working with PRMs and VAT-TOMS. There will also be a focus on risk management and handling complaints under the new PTRs.
Additional speakers will be announced shortly.
The event is ideal for anyone working in the travel industry including large and SME firms, including:
ABTA Member/ABTA Partner rates*
Full two day rate – £389 plus VAT
One day rate– £269 plus VAT
Full two day rate – £599 plus VAT
One day rate– £399 plus VAT
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*To qualify for the ABTA Member/Partner discount you must have a current ABTA Member/Partner number or your application must be in progress when the event takes place.
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