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The Goldtrail Saga

The Goldtrail Saga

By and | 26 Nov 2018

Goldtrail was a leading tour operator, dealing in Turkish holidays. It traded for 15 years and had a turnover in excess of £50m. On 16 July 2010, it was put into administration by its sole director and shareholder, Mr Abdulkadir Aydin. The administration left thousands stranded abroad and resulted in the Air Travel Trust (ATT) incurring over £20m in repatriation costs, making it by far Goldtrail’s largest creditor.

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Brexit changes to the Package Travel Regulations 2018

Brexit changes to the Package Travel Regulations 2018

By | 05 Nov 2018

The Government has recently published a draft of the regulations which will make the necessary Brexit amendments to the Package Travel

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EuGH stärkt kommunalen Kartellschadensersatzklägern den Rücken

EuGH stärkt kommunalen Kartellschadensersatzklägern den Rücken

By | 31 Oct 2018

EuGH stärkt kommunalen Kartellschadensersatzklägern den Rücken

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Litigation privilege in the context of Deferred Prosecution Agreements (DPAs) – an analysis of the High Court's treatment of litigation privilege issues in ENRC and the consequent Court of Appeal judgment

By and | 24 Oct 2018

There was relief at the rejection of the High Court's judgment especially in relation to the ruling that litigation privilege can attach to internal investigation reports and their underlying documents.

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Arabian Rights: Breaking the Saudi glass ceiling

Arabian Rights: Breaking the Saudi glass ceiling

By | 02 Oct 2018

Fieldfisher partner Vivien Davies argues that pro-female cultural shifts underway in Saudi Arabia, thanks to the comparatively liberal policies of Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, need to be backed by legal reform to enable women to reach their professional potential.

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British Airways Pension Scheme Trustees brought down to earth

By , , and | 09 Jul 2018

Last Thursday saw the end to the latest round in the long-running and sometimes heated pensions increase dispute between British Airways and the trustees of its Airways Pension Scheme.

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Monarch: lessons to be learnt

Monarch: lessons to be learnt

By | 25 May 2018

Monarch’s failure was a tragedy. One of the UK’s oldest travel brands called in the administrators during the early hours of Monday 2 October 2017.

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