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1st July, 2014

Travel Law Case Update, by Ian Denham and Amy Rollings

In the last month the Court of Appeal has handed down judgments in two cases that will have a considerable effect on the airline industry and the rights of passengers to claim compensation for delayed and cancelled flights.

In this Travel Law Case Update, Ian Denham (2003 call) considers the cases of Huzar v Jet2.com and Dawson v Thomson Airways.

Amy Rollings (2012 call) reviews the judgment of the Privy Council in Shtern v Cummings, a case which concerned the claim of a tourist injured whilst on holiday in Jamaica.

You can read the full update by clicking HERE



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