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As the association of professionals to whom the public looks for its travel information and advice, the American Society of Travel Agents ("ASTA") issues these principles, which we believe should gove ...

The antitrust laws are examples of very fundamental policies of American society. To understand how they work, it is helpful to focus on the purposes of these laws. ...

The following text is from the Jan. 8, 2005 conference call regarding CRS deregulation for ASTA Members. ...

Lawyers are regulated by the courts of the state in which they practice. They are subject to a strict code of professional conduct and can be severely disciplined for violating it, including loss of t ...

During its 56 year history, the Civil Aeronautics Board issued many orders affecting travel agents. Most of those decisions are of historical interest only, since their effect had been fully achieved ...

The legal responsibilities imposed by the laws that govern employment begin before the employee is hired - during the recruitment process. ...

You've found the right candidate and you want to make them an offer of employment. But you are not clear of the legal minefield. Mistakes made at this stage can complicate matters should you and the e ...

The 2000 ASTA Office Automation Survey found that 89.3% of ASTA members had Internet access in their offices, and nearly as many used e-mail. Given that Internet access and e-mail are becoming more in ...

What is the proper response when someone calls and asks about a former employee? Because of the potential for defamation claims, it is important to exercise caution and develop a policy that governs h ...

There are a number of federal employment laws that need to be observed. Here are some that could pertain to your agency: ...

Coverage of the Americans with Disabilities Act was enacted on July 26, 1990 ...

The Act prohibits employers from threatening to fire, firing, or intimidating employees who have been called upon to serve as jurors in federal court. ...

Does my company have an Established Business Relationship (EBR) with the recipient, meaning a prior or existing relationship, formed by a voluntary two-way communication between the sender and the rec ...

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 contained rules that impact agents' ability to send facsimiles (fax messages) to their customers. The rules also impacted the way in which suppliers solic ...

This paper explains how to apply the new e-mail spam legislation to the retail travel industry. There are aspects of the law that are not particularly relevant to the retail travel industry or that ar ...

Travel agents owe a duty of care to the traveling public they serve, including a duty to confirm reservations and to provide all relevant and necessary information. ...

The law with respect to a travel agent's responsibility in the event of another's failure to provide the client with travel services is probably best developed in New York. ...

There is, of course, a natural tension between the travel agent's role as travel promoter and salesperson, on the one hand, and the agent's need to protect himself from litigation by unsatisfied clien ...

Relatively few cases have squarely dealt with travel agents' liability for physical injury or illness of their client travelers. Even among those cases that refer to a party as a "travel agent," upon ...


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ASTA - American Society of Travel Agents
675 N Washington St, Ste 490
Alexandria, VA 22314 U.S.A.