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The OSSN Agent The Official Newspaper of the Outside Sales Support Network
September / October 2001

By Al Anolik
ARTA General Counsel

Getting walked by 'wacko' hotel employees

Fifth travel law symposium slated for Jan. 15
Originally Posted on:  www.travelweekly.com

WASHINGTON -- Travel Weekly and ARTA announced plans for their fifth annual National Travel Law Symposium. Taking the theme, Travel, Technology and the Law, the event is set for the Washington Marriott hotel on Jan. 15.

Travel Law


By Kevin Brass


Jerry Vaclav says bankrupt Renaissance Cruises will have to go to court if it wants him to return a commission he believes he earned in good faith.

On the Road with Bill McGee

Most of us intend to prevent trouble before it even starts by making good travel planning decisions and straightening out problems as they arise. But every traveler knows that sooner or later they'll take "The Trip from Hell."

From the Los Angeles Times


Construction noise ruins a couple's stay at an expensive hotel.

By Catharine Hamm, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer

December 27, 2007
Originally Posted:  http://travel.latimes.com/articles/la-trw-spot30dec30

USA Today

Posted 10/3/2006 3:32 PM ET

Question: We booked a five-night, six-day all-inclusive vacation in June for our family, including our three young children, at Beaches Turks & Caicos through Unique Vacations, Beaches' travel partner. But conditions at the resort were deplorable and we had to leave after the first night.

Bundled fees, a hornet's nest
Laurie Berger
Travel Q&A

March 6, 2005

With an increase in bankruptcies, travel insurers' business booming

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.

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