24th Apr 2023 | Articles & Newsletters

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Well, 6 months since the last Travel & Aviation Law Bulletin isn’t bad, is it. Comparatively. But what a bumper selection we have for you now, well worth the wait.

In this spring edition:

  • Christopher Loxton gives an overview of some of the aviation decisions in the last year.
  • Asela Wijeyaratne and Rory Turnbull consider the implications for expert evidence of the recent decision in Fawcett v TUI.
  • Claire Errington considers the CJEU decision in Liberty Seguros and what that might mean for English claims.
  • Richard Campbell and Nicholas Leah bring us up to speed on the latest round of covid wrangling in the CJEU in FTI Touristik.
  • Pierre Janusz looks at some of the jurisdictional issues raised in Charlton v Deffert, and considers how to get around them.
  • Samuel McNeil covers Arthern v Ryanair and wonders if ‘accident’ means what it did.
  • Anna Lancy and Nicholas Leah consider the foreign limitation issues which arose in Bravo v Amerisur.
  • And Katherine Deal KC revisits the issue of penalty interest.

We hope you enjoy this attached issue.


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