22 FEBRUARY 2016

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Article from BTNews 22 FEBRUARY 2016

Travel law seminar

ABTA's 18th annual travel law event has been set for 10-11 May at NatWest, The Auditorium, 280 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 4RB.

There is little doubt that 2016 will be another busy year for regulatory and legal change – with the Package Travel Directive and Consumer Rights Act promising to transform the travel landscape.

The programme will explore:

  • Getting ready for change – Package Travel and financial protection
  • Protecting your business – identifying and managing business risks
  • Online selling and marketing
  • Consumer rights and claims
  • An employment law update
  • Consumer regulatory round-up
  • Customer safety – risk and due diligence
  • The essential case law update

Speakers include:

    Simon Bunce  ABTA
    Rebecca Thornley-Gibson  asb law LLP
    Ian Skuse  Blake Morgan LLP
    Eirik Pitkethly  Department for Transport
    Joanna Roper  Foreign & Commonwealth Office
    Alex Padfield  Hextalls Ltd
    Maria Pittordis  Hill Dickinson LLP
    Sue Barham  Holman Fenwick Willan LLP
    Claire Mulligan  Kennedys Law LLP
    Neil Baylis  K&L Gates LLP
    Claire Ingleby  mb LAW
    Michael Gwilliam  Plexus Law
    Stephen Mason   Travlaw LLP
    Sarah Prager  1 Chancery Lane 

    http://abta.com/events-and-training/event/travel-law-seminar-2016

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