YOUR TRAVEL AND LEISURE LAW TEAM

About

Travlaw is a full service, travel-niche law firm providing commercially astute advice on regulatory work, litigation, commercial, employment law and intellectual property (to name but a few) all specifically tailored to meet the needs of the travel industry.

Our Regulator described us as one of the “best organised and happy law firms they had audited”. Even the shortest of conversations with one of the team will prove that we are a friendly, approachable team who will advise you in clear, comprehensive terms.

We are experienced in advising peripheral codes and guidance affecting the travel industry, including Package Travel Regulations, ATOL Regulations and the ABTA Code of Conduct. But we also give industry–focussed advice on intellectual property, employment matters, litigation, company law, and mergers and acquisitions.

Travlaw is a founding member of the International Travel Law Network (ITLN) which connects a global premier network of leading travel and leisure lawyers to meet the increasing needs of clients for legal advice cross-border. We make sure that our team of professionals has its finger on the travel pulse. That means we don’t just know the law relating to travel; but we know and understand the commercial factors that mould the decisions our clients have to take.

We are members of a number of trade associations, including ABTA, ABTOT, AITO, the BTA, UKInbound and ITT to name but a few. Are we the best travel law firm around? We think so – and as a firm we have also been highly ranked in the Chambers and Legal 500 Directories for a number of years, as have many of our team – our Senior Counsel, Stephen Mason, is listed as one of travel’s leading legal individuals.

I stand by my various comments down the years that the team at Travlaw is simply the best at what they do. For years we have stood at the forefront of representing the travel and leisure sector in all its various forms, and have been proud to do so!…” Matt Gatenby, Senior Partner

To find out more about what we do and what we can offer, you can view our brochure here.

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