Tour operators responsible for deaths abroad?

By |September 30th, 2008|Europe, International Tourism Context, International trade and law, Master in Tourism Destination Management, UK|0 Comments

Introduction

A new corporate manslaughter law has caused commotion among tour operators in the UK. Lawyers argue about the fact whether tour operators can be prosecuted for deaths abroad. The corporate manslaughter act became a law in April 2008 and should make it easier to convict companies whose managers refuse their duty of care. The […]