Chapter Restructuring Gains Momentum – and How You Can Get Involved
Compromise FAA Bill Unveiled
Over the weekend, U.S. House and Senate transportation committee leaders released a bipartisan bill that would reauthorize the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for five years, setting up...
Arizona Court of Appeals Decides Privilege Tax Case
A case with potential implications for many travel advisors was decided by the Arizona Court of Appeals earlier this month. The case, captioned City of Phoenix, et al. v. Orbitz Worldwide, et al., concerned the issue of whether online travel agencies (OTAs) are considered “brokers” under the tax codes of Phoenix and the other Arizona cities named as plaintiffs (the “Cities”) such that the OTAs