21 Feb 2019 - 12:58       








eTurboNews : Travel law: Duke University student drowns during “celebratory trip” in Costa Rica
Turism&Travel ".


While the Tackurdeen case was dismissed for a lack of personal jurisdiction in New York it may most likely be tried in an appropriate jurisdiction such as North Carolina. This tragic case reminds us of the dangers of the waters off the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. See for example, Meyer v. Cornell University, 107 F. 3d 3 (2d Cir. 1997), cert. denied 1997 WL 336602 (1997)(bird watcher alumnus of Cornell University drowns in snorkeling expedition near Ile De Cano off the Pacific coast of Costa Rica during Cornell University Laboratory of Ornithology sponsored bird watching tour in Costa Rica organized by tour operator, Voyagers; “Both Cornell and Voyagers had promoted the tour in various brochures and magazines...Aside from the initial promotion of the trip to Cornell's members, Voyagers was responsible for nearly every aspect of the trip”).

The author, Justice Dickerson, has been writing about Travel Law for 39 years including his annually updated law books, Travel Law, Law Journal Press (2015) and Litigating International Torts in U.S. Courts, Thomson Reuters WestLaw (2015), and over 350 legal articles. For additional travel law news and developments, especially in the member states of the EU, see IFTTA.org.

This article may not be reproduced without the permission of Thomas A. Dickerson.

Hon. Thomas A. Dickerson By Hon. Thomas A. Dickerson | Nov 05, 2015

Read many of Justice Dickerson's articles here.

Publicat de: eTurboNews
Joi, 05 Noiembrie 2015 - 04:15 PM

Travel law: Duke University student drowns during “celebratory trip” in Costa Rica | Autentificare/Creare cont | 0 comentarii
Comentariile aparin autorilor. Nu suntem responsabili pentru coninutul acestora.

Ziarul personal  Interceptor   Universul padurii   Consumator online   Fundatia rel=   Editura rel=   Panorama rel=   foto zp  as info  consulat uruguay   buzu