• Choice-of-Law Issues in Aviation Cases, LexisNexis® Expert Commentary (2008)
     
  • Airline Liability arising under the Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules for International Carriage by Air (the ‘Montreal Convention’), LexisNexis® Expert Commentary (2008)
     
  • Airline ‘Code-Sharing’ Lawsuits, LexisNexis® Expert Commentary (2008)
     
  • The Forum Non Conveniens Doctrine in Aviation Accident Litigation, LexisNexis® Expert Commentary (2008)
     
  • Death on the High Seas Act (‘DOHSA’),” 46 U.S.C. § 30301 et seq., LexisNexis® Expert Commentary (2008)
     
  • The Railway Labor Act, 45 U.S.C. § 151 et seq., LexisNexis® Expert Commentary (2008)
     
  • Air Carrier Access Act, 49 U.S.C. § 41705 et seq., LexisNexis® Expert Commentary (2008)
     
  • Alleged Racial Discrimination in Commercial Airline Transportation: Cerqueira v. American Airlines, --- F. 3d ---- (1st Cir. 2008), LexisNexis® Expert Commentary (2008)
     
  • Airline ‘Bumping’ Claims, LexisNexis® Expert Commentary (2008)
     
  • Mandatory Airline Pilot Retirement: A Solution in Search of a Problem?, LexisNexis® Expert Commentary (2008)
     
  • The General Aviation Revitalization Act of 1994, 49 U.S.C. § 40101 Note (“GARA”), LexisNexis® Expert Commentary (2008)
     
  • Medical Certification for Pilots, LexisNexis® Expert Commentary (2008)
     
  • Defense and Appeal of FAA Certificate Actions, LexisNexis® Expert Commentary (2008)
     
  • FAA Airmen Certificate and Civil Penalty Actions, LexisNexis® Expert Commentary (2008)
     
  • Admiralty Jurisdiction in Aviation Accident Litigation, LexisNexis® Expert Commentary (2008)


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