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In Preston v. M1 Support Services, a Navy helicopter crashed during a training exercise, resulting in three deaths.
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In its opinion, the Second Circuit rejected NFI's argument that its claims did not fall within the purview of the Montreal Convention because they were for non-performance, not delay.
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As of this writing, there do not appear to be any major decisions interpreting Mallory.
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Under the proposed rule, the entity responsible for launching the commercial spaceflight must immediately notify the NTSB following an accident or incident.
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While flying from Memphis to Tampa Bay, the pilot of the Skymaster had to make an off-field emergency landing, resulting in damage to the aircraft.
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On April 4, 2019, a helicopter in flight to Sarasota, Florida suffered engine failure, forcing an emergency landing in a busy intersection.
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The airline filed a motion to dismiss in which it argued that "federal law provides the exclusive standards for determining air carrier liability for alleged flight safety violations."
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In addition to suing the airline and the aircraft manufacturer, among others, the plaintiffs sued a former owner of the aircraft, Wells Fargo Trust Company.
Holland & Knight
The U.S., European Union (EU), United Kingdom (U.K.) and many other countries have imposed similar but not necessarily identical sanctions on Russia.
Cozen O'Connor
Here are last week's curated AG and federal regulatory news stories highlighting key areas in which state and federal regulators' decisions are having an impact across the US
Arnold & Porter
On March 31, 2022, the US Department of Treasury expanded its exercise of sanctions authority under Section 1(a)(i) of Executive Order (EO) 14024 to include Russia's aerospace, ...
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has resulted in numerous sanctions against Russia, including tightened export controls. One of these measures ...
Duane Morris LLP
First and foremost, the ARC proposed that the FAA reframe its regulations based on the level of risk acceptable in the use of UAS broadly...
K2 Integrity
The Week in Review delivers the impact and analysis for the public, private, and non-profit sectors from our daily reporting of the evolving global sanctions campaign against Russia.
Foley & Lardner
This report helps automotive suppliers inform their legal and operational decisions to help address challenges and opportunities. Contact your Foley relationship partner, or John R. Trentacosta...
Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP
The Press Release identifies nearly 100 aircraft as having flown from third countries to Russia since the issuance of the restrictions.
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
On January 20, 2022, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security updated its travel advisory to require all foreign national travelers (except U.S. permanent residents) ...
Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP
In an April 7 press release, the US Department of Commerce's Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) announced orders suspending the export privileges of three Russian airlines — Aeroflot, Azur Air, and UTair — for flying aircraft with US content to or within Russia.
Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP
As we discussed in our March 21 advisory, on February 24, in response to the invasion by Russia of Ukraine, the US Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) issued new rules (the Rules).
Thompson Hine LLP
On March 3, 2022, the State Department announced that the United States was sanctioning certain Russian companies deemed to design, develop...
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