Travel Law Today

Issue one: Spring 2016

  • Getting ready for change 
    Package travel and financial protection 4
  • Protecting your business 
    Mitigating future risks 6
  • Online marketing & sales 
    Comparative advertising 7
  • Consumer Rights Act 2015 
    New factors to consider 8
  • Handling customer claims 
    The pros of punctuality 11
  • Customer safety 
    Risk and due diligence 12
  • Regulatory roundup 
    The issue of dispute resolution 14
Travel Law Today

Issue two: Autumn 2016

  • Getting ready for change 
    Brexit impact and the looming Package Travel Directive 4
  • Finance 
    Under the bonnet of TOMS and changes to credit card laws 6
  • Business 
    Data protection, employment law and planning ahead for your exit strategy 8
  • Customer claims 
    Minor sickness claims are on the rise, and how to determine extraordinary circumstances 12
  • FCO travel advice 
    The onus is on you to make sure your customers know about this vital resource 14
Travel Law Today

Issue three: Spring 2017

  • Brexit impact  
    Find out about the new Government White Paper that paves the way for Brexit 4
  • 21st century customer 
    Issues explored: the rise of gastric illness claims; disabled travellers, and FCO advice 5
  • International sanctions 
    Make sure you avoid penalties by getting to know the ins and outs of global trade 8
  • Data protection 
    Ensure you have the right data marketing consents in place. There’s a new law coming 10
  • Package Travel Regulations 
    How will the changes affect you? 11
Travel Law Today

Issue four: Autumn 2017

  • Change is on the cards 2
  • T&Cs for reluctant organisers 3
  • It’s a package but… 4
  • Force majeure 5
  • Stuck in bad weather 6 
  • Using contracts to protect your data 7
  • Sending data overseas 8
  • Protecting against cyber threats 9
  • Employment law today 10 
  • Gastric Illness 11
Travel Law Today

Issue five: Spring 2018

  • Welcome 2
  • Less than a year to Brexit: what’s next? 3
  • Package Travel Regulations – working within the new definitions 5
  • Monarch – lessons to be learnt 7
  • Employment update – recent and upcoming issues to know 9
  • Data protection – does technology provide all the answers? 11
  • Travellers with disabilities – flying with medicines and medical equipment 13
  • Package Travel Regulations – updating your customer T&Cs 15
  • Package Travel Regulations – the future of financial protection in the UK and the EU 17
  • Insurance – protection or unnecessary expense? 19
  • VAT: TOMS – what does the future hold? 21
  • Upcoming ABTA conferences and events 22
     
Travel Law Today

Issue six: Autumn 2018

  • Package Travel Regulations - Regulations, Code of Conduct and consumer confidence 2
  • Is Brexit just a matter of T&Cs? 4
  • What employers need to know as Brexit looms 6
  • Adding travel services to a package – does it make you an organiser? 8
  • Package Travel Regulations - the BEIS Guidance – help or hindrance? 10
  • Airlines on strike – do passengers have any rights? 12
  • Package Travel Regulations - transfer services – are they carriage of passengers? 14
  • Package Travel Regulations - overseas organisers – who’s liable when things go wrong? 16
  • International transfers under the General Data Protection Regulation 18
  • Business travel – the new Package Travel Regulations and TMCs 20
  • Upcoming ABTA conferences and events 22
Travel Law Today

Issue seven: Spring 2019

  • Tricky definitions in the PTRs – is all transport the ‘carriage of passengers’? 2
  • ATOL: procuring and facilitating 4
  • Linked Travel Arrangements – a potential minefield? 6
  • What are unavoidable and extraordinary circumstances under PTRs? 8
  • The Equality Act – your responsibility for customers 10
  • Extending discrimination protection 12
  • VAT, TOMS and Agents 14
  • How are your overseas suppliers handling your customers’ data? 16
  • Businesses must be alert to potentially misleading sales practices and unfair terms 18
  • Brexit – trick or treat on Halloween? 20
  • Upcoming ABTA conferences and events 22
Travel Law Today - Autumn 2019

Issue 8: Autumn 2019

  • Handling claims and litigation – Ten top tips - 4
  • Competition & Markets Authority action on misleading sales practices – the deadline has passed. What’s changed? - 6
  • UK workers in the EU – post-Brexit - 8
  • Dealing with social media trolls - 10
  • New ICO guidance on cookies -12
  • Is the failure of an airline always unavoidable and extraordinary?- 14
  • Business travel – who’s responsible when things go wrong? - 16
  • Dealing with claims companies -18
  • Brexit – what’s next? - 20
  • X-v-Kuoni – 22