Anthony Cordato is a specialist travel and tourism lawyer and heads the travel law practice group. He is the author of Australian Travel & Tourism Law.
He has an unsurpassed depth of knowledge, experience and technical expertise in travel law, leisure law, tourism law and hospitality law in Australia.
Now in its 4th edition, Australian Travel & Tourism Law contains 200 case studies which graphically illustrate the law applicable to the travel industry. The book is a resource for the travel student and anyone working in the travel industry, with chapters dealing with legal responsibilities of travel agents and tour operators, travel advertising and selling travel, booking conditions, travel insurance and the Travel Agents Act.
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Must airlines compensate minor in-flight injuries?
Bodily injury under the Montreal Convention
Ovation of the Seas. A Cruise Around the Courts
A Liability Waiver Does Not Always Protect Against Personal Injury Claims
Ski At Your Own Risk – If the Slopes are Open
Covid-19 and Airfare Refunds. A View from Downunder
No Visa. No Entry
The perils of manipulating TripAdvisor reviews
Privy Council case may impact on Airbnb lets: An Australian perspective
Virgin, Jetstar and Tiger agree to an ‘opt in’ model for online booking platforms
Tony Cordato on dangerous airborne activities