Stephen Mason runs his own practice, Stephen Mason Solicitors in Leeds, where he and his team specialise in representing tour operators, agents and other travel companies in civil, criminal and commercial claims. He holds the Higher Courts (Civil Proceedings) qualification and is with Professor David Grant the joint author of “Holiday Law” (Sweet and Maxwell 4th ed 2007) and joint editor of the Travel Law Quarterly. He is Chair of the Law Society’s Civil Justice Committee and a Visiting Fellow of Northumbria University. Contact Stephen on email@example.com
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