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Companies that keep a clean house in the gifts/meals/entertainment/travel part of the FCPA statute stand a better chance of forestalling big problems elsewhere in the statute’s danger zones.
The shocking news of recent airline disasters brings into sharp focus for employers the sometimes unforeseeable risks facing employees who frequently travel for work.
The notion that the two-year limitation period provided by the Montreal Convention 1999 could be applicable to claims brought pursuant to EC Regulation 261/2004 by default has been ruled out.
In the past three years, Myanmar has been enjoying a hotel boom, driven by surging tourist arrivals as the country opens up to economic and political reforms.
On 5 March 2014, the Supreme Court handed down its judgment in Stott v Thomas Cook Tour Operators Ltd.
This year’s Hospital and Leisure focuses on technology inter-operability issues within hotel franchising, as well as looking at the current economic environment.
The guidelines companies develop can vary widely, to address the different industries, cultures and environments in which they operate.
This is the first of a series of joint articles from DLA Piper with Cushman & Wakefield on the challenges of developing and investing in China’s hotel industry.
DLA Piper looks at the asset-light strategies of global hotel operators using a ‘quick to view’ educational referencing guide.
EU Regulation 261/2004 (Regulation) affords air passengers a right to compensation and assistance in certain circumstances in the event of flight delay, cancellation or denied boarding.
DLA Piper has released a report on the European hotel sector.