07 May

ABTA's Travel Law Seminar – 22 & 23 May 2019

ABTA’s 21st annual Travel Law Seminar returns on Wednesday 22 and Thursday 23 May 2019. Join 150 travel industry leaders and senior legal representatives at the Cavendish Conference Centre, 22 Duchess Mews, Marylebone, London, W1G 9DT.

This is your opportunity to hear the most up-to-date content from leading travel law experts on the most important and relevant issues for your travel business. A specially selected line-up of experts will guide you through the current regulatory landscape and help you navigate key legal issues. 

Why should you attend?

  • Hear about the issues travel companies have been facing since the implementation of the 2018 Package Travel Regulations.
    What litigation concerns have arisen? What guidance is available?  
  • Understand the definitions and exemptions in detail. 
    How do LTAs and other tourist services, transfers, cars, boats and trains fit into the regulations? 
  • Understand the steps you can take to avoid discrimination in the workplace.
    What has come out of the redundancy protection for women and new parents consultation?
  • Hear about the recent changes to ATOL.
    How do the new standard terms and requirements for ‘facilitating the making available of flights’ affect your business?
  • Get an update on airline insolvency.
    What are your responsibilities in the event of an airline failure?
  • Gain insight into recent ICO activity including breach notifications and fines post-GDPR.
    How do you work with third parties, including suppliers abroad?
  • Learn about the work of the Competition and Markets Authority around unfair terms. 
    Do you understand unfair contract terms? And what does the recent online marketing guidance mean for your business?
  • Hear the latest update on the Brexit process 
    What are the next steps in planning for life outside of the EU? What do we know about how Brexit will affect TOMS.

Hear from a wide range of legal, government and travel industry speakers from companies including:

1 Chancery Lane, 2 Temple Gardens, Abercrombie & Kent, ABTA, CWT, Civil Aviation Authority, Competition and Markets Authority, DMH Stallard, Elman Wall Bennett, Fox Williams, Hamlins LLP, Hextalls Law, HFW, Hill Dickinson LLP, Ince Gordon Dadds LLP, Kennedys, Mishcon de Reya LLP, Plexus Law, PwC, Themis Advisory, Travlaw, Travel Republic and TUI.

The conference takes place across two days and attendance on both days is recommended. You may attend one day and nominate a colleague to attend the other. 

The full two day agenda is now available to download here.

Visit abta.com/abtaevents to find out more, see the full speaker line-up and register your place.