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WEBINAR: Tour Operator/Travel Agency Legal Relationship


Event Details

DATE: Tuesday, April 10, 2018
TIME: 3:00pm EDT

This webinar will be conducted by Jeff Ment, Founder & Managing Partner of The Ment Law Group.

In this session, we’ll immerse ourselves in the intricacies of the legal relationship between tour operators and travel agencies. Some of the topics covered will include:

Tour passengers filing claims against tour operators due to travel agency's misconduct
Tips on avoiding litigation
• Framing Commission agreements

Jeff is the founder of The Ment Law Group. With more than 26 years of experience representing travel companies, he is able to best represent the many facets of the travel industry. He represents tour operators, vendors, DMC’s, travel agents, transportation companies and trade associations. He counsels clients on our industry’s best practices, including contract terms, compliance with government regulations, risk assessment, crisis response, employment issues and he represents travel companies in litigation throughout the country. His background in the travel industry includes working as a travel agent, tour guide and as a sales manager for two airlines.

If you have questions, please contact Luis Maravi, Director of Membership and Programming, at membership@ustoa.com or 212-599-6599 ext 27.

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