This article is by Max Archer of 12 King’s Bench Walk.
The article considers the Montreal Convention: the regime governing the liability of air carriers to passengers in international carriage. The Convention is a well-worn route for passengers who have been injured aboard an aeroplane. Max considers the recourse available for claimants who have sustained psychiatric harm. Continue reading The Montreal Convention and Psychiatric Harm
This blog post is by James Beeton of 12 King’s Bench Walk.
This interesting jurisdictional dispute involved an examination of the nature of a package tour operator’s duty of care – is the duty contractual or non-contractual? The answer to this question raised corresponding issues as to the applicability and effect of Rome I and II. Continue reading Committeri v (1) Club Mediterranée SA (2) Generali Assurances Iard SA  EWHC 1510 (QB) – Package Travel Regulations, Jurisdiction, Rome I, Rome II
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