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Aviation

Seminar on the latest news regarding EC Regulation 261 (In Stockholm)

calendar 19 June 2019
watch 9:00am-11.30am
location Stockholm

On the 19th of June 2019, IUNO invites air carriers and other companies in the aviation industry to a seminar on the latest news regarding EC Regulation 261. At the seminar we will have a look at the latest case practice and developments in the area. We will also, among other things, focus on what "reasonable measures" are.

Focus

EC regulation 261/2004 is still the cause of many disputes. The extensive amount of disputes helps define the scope of the law, but at the same time, leaves room for a considerable amount of unanswered questions.

At the seminar we will focus on the latest developments in 261-cases and will discuss how the latest tendencies might affect companies working within the scope of the regulation.

During the seminar we will incorporate case studies as well as the latest case practice, and will, amongst other things, focus on:

  • Reasonable Measures: What exactly is required? And what evidence is needed? 
  • Reducing Legal Costs: Effective Claims Management.
  • POA and PAX ID: What to do when the claims agent refuses to provide these?  
  • Latest EU case law: An overview of the latest leading court decisions. 

Who are we?

IUNO represents air carriers and are currently involved in a considerable amount of lawsuits, where our goal is to ensure that the claim agencies are not granted unjustified claims.

Time and place

June 19 at 9.00am - 11.30am

We serve coffee, tea and a light breakfast from 8.30 am.

The event is free.

The meeting will be held at HELIO GT30, Grev Turegatan 30, 114 38 Stockholm.

Registration

You can sign up for the seminar via the pink box on this page.

If you need help with the registration or need more information, please contact us on events@iuno.law.

We are looking forward to seeing you.

Focus

EC regulation 261/2004 is still the cause of many disputes. The extensive amount of disputes helps define the scope of the law, but at the same time, leaves room for a considerable amount of unanswered questions.

At the seminar we will focus on the latest developments in 261-cases and will discuss how the latest tendencies might affect companies working within the scope of the regulation.

During the seminar we will incorporate case studies as well as the latest case practice, and will, amongst other things, focus on:

  • Reasonable Measures: What exactly is required? And what evidence is needed? 
  • Reducing Legal Costs: Effective Claims Management.
  • POA and PAX ID: What to do when the claims agent refuses to provide these?  
  • Latest EU case law: An overview of the latest leading court decisions. 

Who are we?

IUNO represents air carriers and are currently involved in a considerable amount of lawsuits, where our goal is to ensure that the claim agencies are not granted unjustified claims.

Time and place

June 19 at 9.00am - 11.30am

We serve coffee, tea and a light breakfast from 8.30 am.

The event is free.

The meeting will be held at HELIO GT30, Grev Turegatan 30, 114 38 Stockholm.

Registration

You can sign up for the seminar via the pink box on this page.

If you need help with the registration or need more information, please contact us on events@iuno.law.

We are looking forward to seeing you.

Aage

Krogh

Partner

Anna

Aagaard Andersen

Head of Stockholm Office

Sofia

Ulriksson

Associate

Shirin

Sharifi

Associate

Presentation

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Aage

Krogh

Partner

Anna

Aagaard Andersen

Head of Stockholm Office

Sofia

Ulriksson

Associate

Shirin

Sharifi

Associate

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