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Fox Williams LLP | United Kingdom | 2 Aug 2021

ATOL reform: CAA extends deadline to give final opportunity to be heard

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has extended the deadline for responding to its consultation on reforming the ATOL regime until 15 August 2021…
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Bird & Bird LLP | United Kingdom | 10 Mar 2021

UK Government consultation on the environmental objectives for regulating spaceflight activities under the Space Industry Act 2018

On 10 February 2021, the UK Government opened the third in a series of recent consultations on the regulations required to implement the Space…
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PRO Compliance | European Union, France | 9 Dec 2020

France rejects covid-19 flight refund cartel complaint

France’s Competition Authority has dismissed a complaint and request for interim measures lodged by a tourism association against 90 airlines that it accused of unlawfully colluding when failing to refund flight tickets during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Fox Williams LLP | United Kingdom, USA | 28 Sep 2020

Selling your travel business: Five key points to consider

The travel sector is facing some of the greatest challenges it has faced for a century due to the rippling effects of COVID-19. An end to the furlough…
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Tenet Compliance & Litigation Limited | United Kingdom | 20 Aug 2020

A Closer Inspection Of Legal Advice Privilege

The principle of legal advice privilege came under scrutiny by the Court of Appeal at the start of this year in Civil Aviation Authority v R (on the…
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Buddle Findlay | United Kingdom | 29 Jul 2020

Legal advice privilege - ‘dominant purpose’ rule applies to in-house lawyers

In Civil Aviation Authority v Jet2.com Ltd [2020] EWCA Civ 35, the English Court of Appeal dismissed an appeal by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)…
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Bird & Bird LLP | United Kingdom | 9 Jul 2020

The English Court of Appeal decision in CAA v Jet2.com may mean that not all communications by in-house lawyers will be covered by legal advice privilege

Earlier this year the English Court of Appeal, in an important judgment on legal advice privilege(“LAP”)[1] clarified that a "dominant purpose" test…
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Mason Hayes & Curran LLP | Ireland, United Kingdom | 9 Jul 2020

Offer of Amends - Timing Matters

The recent decision of Mr Justice Binchy in Padraig Higgins v The Irish Aviation Authority dealt with an appeal against an award of damages made in…
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Addleshaw Goddard LLP | United Kingdom | 31 Mar 2020

Transport Update March 2020

Whatever business challenges arise as a result of the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19), we are actively monitoring risks and responses, and are…
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DAC Beachcroft | United Kingdom | 30 Mar 2020

There is now a “dominant purpose” test for legal advice privilege - some practical points for accounting practices

Litigation’ privilege has long been subject to a ‘dominant purpose’test. For a document to be privileged, the dominant purpose for its creation must…
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