Welcome to this edition of the Farrar’s Building Personal Injury newsletter. This month’s edition, in keeping with the time of year, is a travel law edition.
In this edition, Andrew Arentsen provides us with his analysis of the Court of Appeal’s decision in Philip James Clay v TUI (UK) Limited  EWCA Civ 117.
Our pupils Rosalind Young and Michael Dougherty, who, we are pleased to announce, will be joining Farrar’s as tenants in October, have collaborated to provide some practical pointers on the Package Travel and Linked Travel Arrangements Regulations 2018 and a case law update.
Personal Injury Seminar – Lying and Dishonesty – Thursday 20th September at 5.45pm
If you would like to register your interest in our forthcoming seminar, please email Carolyn Harris. If any of your colleagues would like to receive future Personal Injury updates please also contact Carolyn Harris.
If you have any queries regarding this newsletter or would like any further information on this issue, please contact me or any of the contributors.
Laura Fitzgibbon, Editor, Personal Injury Newsletter
Article 1 – Feet of Clay: Re-moulding the test of causation – Philip Clay and TUI (UK) Limited, by Andrew Arentsen
Article 2 – The Package Travel and Linked Travel Arrangements Regulations 2018 – practical pointers, by Michael Dougherty and Rosalind Young
Article 3 – Case Law Update, by Michael Dougherty and Rosalind Young
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