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British Hospitality Association partners with Travlaw LLP

Having the right partner by your side is vital to business success. With this in mind, the British Hospitality Association (BHA) has welcomed Travlaw LLP, a law firm specialising in travel, hospitality and leisure as a new business partner.
Travlaw will be instrumental in assisting the BHA in creating policy briefing documents to support and advise BHA members in the Northern England region.

Travlaw offers a vast range of services and frequently advises their client base on issues including:
• Customer terms and conditions

• Customer complaints and claims
• Regulatory matters
• Supplier and other commercial contracts
• Employment & HR law
• Company sales/purchases and other corporate work
• Health and safety
• Data Protection
• Intellectual property issues
• E-commerce

Stephen Mason, Travlaw LLP senior partner, says: “Our understanding of the industry means we have unique experience and knowledge. What this means for you is that we understand your business and can provide you with cost-effective, pragmatic and commercial legal advice to suit your needs. We are very excited to be partnering with the BHA and further immersing ourselves within the industry, all of which means we can provide our clients with a bigger and better service”. 

Sergey Shishkin, Business Development and Relationship Manager of the British Hospitality Association: “Travlaw is one of the largest and most reputable law firms acting solely for the travel, hospitality and leisure industry.

“Their friendly and knowledgeable approach in terms of legal issues affecting the industry is supported by over 80 years of combined experience and high profile client base. We are delighted to have Travlaw on board as a business partner taking the lead in policy creation and helping our members in Northern England.”

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