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Tourism and the Law
Oct 05, 12 | 12:06 am
By Dr. Peter Tarlow
A word of caution: The following material does not come from a lawyer nor is it meant to give legal advice. Instead the information presented below is meant to stimulate thought. Please do not make any legal decisions based on the information contained within. Instead consult an attorney in your state or country before making any legal decisions.
The tourism world seems to become more complicated by the day, with both customers and clientele being aware of their legal rights and demanding satisfaction from either the tourism entity or from the courts. Any tourism and travel business today that desires to stay in business would be wise to consult with both legal counsel, with a risk management specialist, and with a tourism safety and security expert. Because both travel and tourism are dynamic businesses and the law is constantly changing, it is a good idea to hold annual reviews with these experts. To stimulate your thought processes Tourism & More recommends that you consider some or all of the following.
Published with the kind permission of the author.
About the Author
Dr. Peter E. Tarlow is president of Tourism & More and a well-known speaker throughout the world on topics of importance to the tourism and hotel industry. He also is the writer and editor or the free tourism e-newsletter Tourism Tidbits. Tarlow can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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