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Bundled fees, a hornet's nest
March 6, 2005
By Margot Carmichael Lester
Originally posted at: www.travelagewest.com/newsarticle.asp?articleid=2499
By Kevin Brass
A federal judge has approved the first settlement in the Sarah Futch Hall antitrust case against the major airlines, prompting speculation that more settlement agreements may soon follow.
Far & Wide Bankruptcy Rocks Industry - 9/29/2003
By Lisa Jennings and R. Scott Macintosh
Originally published at: http://www.travelagewest.com/newsarticle.asp?articleid=2479
Mysterious documents slated for shredding seven years ago may play a key role in travel agents’ current antitrust lawsuits against the major airlines.
By Barry Estabrook
New York Times
Posted Sept. 4, 2003
For those aboard the ship World Discoverer, an Around the Ring of Fire cruise proved memorable -- perhaps too much so.
By R. Scott Macintosh and Judi Erickson
Originally published at: http://www.travelagewest.com/newsarticle.asp?articleid=2448
Within hours of signing a settlement agreement with Lufthansa Airlines, Jeanine Flaugher, one of the lead plaintiffs in the class-action agent suit against 17 airlines, changed her mind about the deal.
By Jorge Sidron
June 23, 2003
San Francisco---Six major car rental companies have been slapped with a class-action lawsuit accusing them of “systematically and regularly” underreporting and underpaying travel agent commissions.
By Jerry Chandler