Legal Update: Nolan -v- TUI UK Ltd (2015) - Viral infections on board
The coronavirus outbreak is causing concerns for the cruise industry, but this is of course not the first time the industry has been faced with a breakout of a viral infection onboard. Members may find our Victoria Brown’s article from 2015, “People Claims - Norovirus on board” in which she discussed the Judge’s decision in Nolan -v- TUI UK Ltd (2015), of particular interest.
Members can follow the Club's latest advice on the Coronavirus outbreak on our dedicated resource page, and can also get in touch with their usual Club contact for more information.
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