ARC case ends up where it started after excursion through federal court

Airlines Reporting Corporation v. Sudbury Travel, Ltd. (E.D.V.A. Sept. 28, 2011).  In 2009, ARC initiated an arbitration before the Travel Agent Arbiter seeking amounts owed by accredited agent Sudbury Travel, Ltd.  Less than three weeks later, ARC withdrew its arbitration complaint.  In his dismissal notice, the Arbiter noted that the applicable rule allowed such withdrawal … More ARC case ends up where it started after excursion through federal court

Long-pending ARC case against agency’s principals headed to trial after parties fail to conclude it through “barrage of dispositive motions”

Airlines Reporting Corporation v. Belfon (D. Virgin Islands Sept. 16, 2010).  World Wide Travel was formed in 1985 and was converted from the Agent Reporting Plan to the ARC program in 1999.  In 2001, WWT began to report sales late, fail to report sales and to other otherwise breach its remittance-related obligations under the Agent … More Long-pending ARC case against agency’s principals headed to trial after parties fail to conclude it through “barrage of dispositive motions”

Virginia ruling returns to haunt ARC’s collection efforts against agency owner in California

Airlines Reporting Corporation v. Commercial Travel Corporation (S.D. Cal. Aug. 1, 2008).  In 2004, ARC was pursuing two separate lawsuits in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia in which Mario Renda was a defendant, ARC v. Uniglobe Fairway Travel, Inc. and ARC v. Commercial Travel Corporation.  In both cases, ARC alleged that … More Virginia ruling returns to haunt ARC’s collection efforts against agency owner in California

Court decisions highlight need to clarify important Agent Reporting Agreement provision

Westways World Travel, Inc. v. AMR Corp., American Airlines, Inc. et al. (9th Cir. (Cal.) Jan. 22, 2008).  Despite consisting of over 70 pages, ARC’s Agent Reporting Agreement contains very few provisions that give airlines specific rights against ARC-accredited travel agents.  Most of the airline-protective provisions are in ARA Section VII, which is entitled “Agent’s Authority, General Rights … More Court decisions highlight need to clarify important Agent Reporting Agreement provision

ARC seeks court confirmation of arbitration award against agency

Airlines Reporting Corporation v. Versailles, LLC (E.D. Va. Nov. 26, 2007).  ARC has filed a petition seeking the confirmation of an arbitration award in its favor against Versailles, LLC, a travel agency that does business as Business Travel International and is located in Irvine, California. According to ARC’s petition, the agency had filed an appeal with … More ARC seeks court confirmation of arbitration award against agency

Magistrate judge recommends that ARC obtain default judgment against agency and owner

Airlines Reporting Corporation v. PVO Travel Corp. and Pete Victor Obuljen (E.D. Va. Sept. 27, 2007).  As previously reported, ARC filed a lawsuit against PVO and Obuljen, the agency’s sole owner, for unreported sales and dishonored drafts.  The defendants failed to respond to the complaint, so ARC moved for a default judgment. The magistrate judge … More Magistrate judge recommends that ARC obtain default judgment against agency and owner

ARC files lawsuit seeking damages for unreported sales

Airlines Reporting Corporation v. PVO Travel Corp. and Pete Victor Obuljen (E.D. Va. Apr. 18, 2007).  ARC has filed a lawsuit against PVO Travel Corp., which does business as Globetrotter Travel, and Obuljen seeking damages of $286,605 for unreported sales and dishonored drafts.  ARC alleges in its complaint that the defendants, a terminated agent and its … More ARC files lawsuit seeking damages for unreported sales