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E-learning Aviation

How to win Court Cases concerning regulation 261/2004 without an oral hearing

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calendar 28 January 2020
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Watch this e-learning to get valuable information on procedures, evidence and the latest case law regarding EC Regulation 261/2004. All it takes is a IUNO+ subscription.

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Focus

The vast majority of disputes regarding EC Regulation 261/2004 are decided on a written basis, i.e. without an oral hearing. Therefore, it is important for air carriers to be able to present the essential evidence. However, this requires that air carriers internally have procedures in place that will secure the collection of relevant evidence when a delay or a cancellation occur.

But what evidence is relevant? And exactly what does it take to win a case on a written basis? These are the questions we will look into, in connection with our upcoming seminar the 28th of January 2020.

Just in the last months of 2019, IUNO won around 30 court cases on a written basis. At the seminar, we will share our experiences about what evidence it is necessary to present to lift the burden of proof and thereby to win the case.

Furthermore, we will also be looking at the latest case court cases and developments regarding EC Regulation 261/2004.

E-learning

This is E-learning. If you have a IUNO+ subscription you can open the E-learning and watch it over and over. Just click on "Begin E-learning" to get started.

If you want to hear more about IUNO+, please contact us on IUNOplus@iuno.law.

Focus

The vast majority of disputes regarding EC Regulation 261/2004 are decided on a written basis, i.e. without an oral hearing. Therefore, it is important for air carriers to be able to present the essential evidence. However, this requires that air carriers internally have procedures in place that will secure the collection of relevant evidence when a delay or a cancellation occur.

But what evidence is relevant? And exactly what does it take to win a case on a written basis? These are the questions we will look into, in connection with our upcoming seminar the 28th of January 2020.

Just in the last months of 2019, IUNO won around 30 court cases on a written basis. At the seminar, we will share our experiences about what evidence it is necessary to present to lift the burden of proof and thereby to win the case.

Furthermore, we will also be looking at the latest case court cases and developments regarding EC Regulation 261/2004.

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Krogh

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