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Monarch: Lessons To Be Learnt
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.
UK
29 May 2018
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BEIS Report On The Package Travel Consultation
On 14 August 2017, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy ("BEIS") published its consultation on implementing the new Package Travel Directive ("New PTD").
UK
18 Apr 2018
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Hotel Booking Sites Under The Spotlight As The Competition And Markets Authority Launches Investigation
The CMA's investigation will focus on a number of factors which form part of the consumer's booking experience including:
UK
15 Nov 2017
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New ATOL Bill Paves The Way For Reform
On 22 June 2017, the Air Travel Organisers' Licensing Bill (the "ATOL Bill") was introduced to the House of Commons and given its first reading.
UK
19 Jul 2017
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Recent Developments In The Hotel And Leisure Market
Alex Campbell is a regular panel speaker at the International Hotel Investment Forum in Berlin.
UK
9 Aug 2016
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Funding Hotels And What To Look Out For In Hotel Management Agreements
The choice of operator and strength of its brand is often integral to a hotel's success in today's highly competitive leisure market.
UK
8 Jul 2015
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Summer Holidays
The national competition authorities of Sweden, Italy and France, in coordination with the European Commission, are the latest regulators to have accepted commitments offered by Booking.com, Europe's largest online booking platform.
UK
27 Apr 2015
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Does Gordon Ramsay Leave A Bitter Taste For Principals?
Gordon Ramsay has been told he must honour a personal guarantee that was used to secure a pub in Regent's Park.
UK
20 Apr 2015
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Uncommitted
In the UK, the investigation into unlawful restrictive agreements in the hotel online booking sector was closed by way of commitments offered by the parties.
UK
5 Nov 2014
10
It's Summer…
And time for an update on the various antitrust investigations into price fixing in the hotel online booking sector.
UK
12 Aug 2014
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When Is A Cheap Hotel Room, Not A Cheap Hotel Room?
When booking a hotel, most now look to the internet to find the cheapest room available. Consumers would hope that online travel agents would be competing with each other to offer the lowest price and, if necessary, reduce the commission they earn in order to receive the business.
UK
14 Feb 2014
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Let's Talk 'Successors'
A discussion on the issue of 'successor liability' under EU competition law.
UK
31 Jul 2013
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