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The threshold question that must be resolved is in what functional category do travel advisors belong for purposed of legal analysis. Here, the courts have differed. Several courts have concluded that ...

A sample commission agreement between travel suppliers and travel agencies ...

The antitrust laws are examples of very fundamental policies of American society. To understand how they work, it is helpful to focus on the purposes of these laws. ...

A premium member report on how travel advisors fall under the Federal Wage and Hour Laws, the report includes an overview of the federal minimum wage and overtime rules under the FLSA (Fair Labor Stan ...

An overview of ASTAPAC and PACs in general ...

The Internet makes it extremely easy to copy and reuse. This guide explains the laws associated with reuse and how to legally obtain materials for your professional use. ...

The 2000 ASTA Office Automation Survey found that 89.3% of ASTA members had Internet access in their offices, and nearly as many used e-mail. Given that Internet access and e-mail are becoming more in ...

Coverage of the Americans with Disabilities Act was enacted on July 26, 1990 ...

Does my company have an Established Business Relationship (EBR) with the recipient, meaning a prior or existing relationship, formed by a voluntary two-way communication between the sender and the rec ...

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 contained rules that impact advisors' ability to send facsimiles (fax messages) to their customers. The rules also impacted the way in which suppliers sol ...

This paper explains how to apply the new e-mail spam legislation to the retail travel industry. There are aspects of the law that are not particularly relevant to the retail travel industry or that ar ...

ASTA's supplier bankruptcy resources include the ASTA Travel Advisors' Guide to Airline Bankruptcies, information specific to Cruise Line Defaults, and a Supplier Bankruptcy Updates page with the late ...

Lawyers are regulated by the courts of the state in which they practice. They are subject to a strict code of professional conduct and can be severely disciplined for violating it, including loss of t ...

During its 56 year history, the Civil Aeronautics Board issued many orders affecting travel advisors. Most of those decisions are of historical interest only, since their effect had been fully achieve ...

What Travel Agencies need to know about the Red Flags Rule. This document covers information on what you need to have in place ... regarding identity theft. ...

Travel advisors owe a duty of care to the traveling public they serve, including a duty to confirm reservations and to provide all relevant and necessary information. ...

I understand that [your travel agency name] is not the source or supplier of the travel services I have requested, and acts solely as an agent for the actual suppliers of such services. ...

There is, of course, a natural tension between the travel advisor's role as travel promoter and salesperson, on the one hand, and the advisor's need to protect himself from litigation by unsatisfied c ...

If you are applying as a full-service travel agency, you must be "freely accessible" to the public. For example, you can be located on the premises of a corporate client or government base, as long as ...

While the Internet may seem like a place without rules and boundaries, that is not the case; the law that applies offline also applies online. This section is intended as an introduction to some of th ...

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