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Monthly Archives: February 2015
Bart Jansen, USA TODAY
Flying in developing parts of Asia is riskier than in any region other than Africa, according to aviation experts and statistics. At least 26 people died when a TransAisa Airways turbo-prop clipped its left wing on a
MIAMI (AP) – Lawsuits filed around the U.S. seeking damages for allegedly defective auto air
bags made by Japan’s Takata Corp. have been consolidated before a Miami federal judge.
A little-noticed byproduct of the recent, historic marriage equality rulings in Florida is that married gay and lesbian couples now enjoy equal protection under state laws protecting tort victims.
Disharmony in Montreal Convention
When Does a Departure From Airline Policy or
Industry Standards Give Rise to an ’Accident’?
By Stephen F. Rosenthal and Nathalie B. Levy
Podhurst Orseck PA
Last year alone, more than 181 million passengers flew on international flights into and