The Basics of Aviation Law: Taking Your Practice in New a Direction
Thursday, Oct 18 2012

The New York Metro area is the busiest air transportation hub in the United States, with nearly 53 million annual enplanements at JFK, LaGuardia and Newark alone. Add to that the myriad of suburban, feeder and general aviation airports in New Jersey, Long Island and Westchester, and chances are that one or more of your clients will have an aviation-related need. Will you be able to meet their needs?

Whether it’s a commercial or retail client acquiring real estate or doing business at or near an airport or your biggest corporate or private client considering an on-demand air charter, fractional ownership, lease, or purchase of a corporate jet, or simply a private citizen subjected to excessive airport security, delays or lost baggage, this course offers a valuable briefing on the practical applications of aviation law. This not-to-be-missed program (and companion written materials) will touch upon issues ranging from contractual and regulatory to passenger protections, federal preemption, and liability limitations in connection with domestic and international air travel.


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