Monthly Archives: September 2011

FAA Pilot Fatigue Rule Reviewed by White House OMB

The battle between the FAA, labor groups and families of the 2009 Colgan crash victims, on the one hand, and virtually the entire US air transport industry intensified this summer as the fight over the FAA’s proposed revised pilot duty

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Choice of Law Under the Montreal Convention

The concept of “Choice of Law” may best be explained through the use of a hypothetical.Consider the following fictitious event:There is a flight from Djibouti to Paris with an ultimate destination of Stuttgart, Germany.During the flight, a passenger assaults another

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Posted in Forum Non Conveniens
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