Aviation Happenings – Spring 2019On March 13, 2019 by Schnader in News
The Spring 2019 edition of the Aviation Group’s quarterly newsletter examines some of the most recent and relevant cases and developments in aviation, including:
- Supreme Court to Decide Whether Federal Agency Rejection of Proposed Warning Preempts State Law Claims
- Texas Supreme Court Holds ADA Does Not Preempt Lufthansa’s Tortious Interference Claims Against Sabre
- Federal District Court of Massachusetts Applies Montreal Convention to Claim Alleging that Airline Personnel Escorted Passenger off of Aircraft and Through Terminal
- Texas Court Betrays Supreme Court Precedent in Finding Specific Personal Jurisdiction over Cessna Aircraft Co.
- Is Pennsylvania’s Pro-plaintiff Perspective on Personal Jurisdiction Poised for (Re)Positioning?
- High Court in California Applies Broad Interpretation of Personal Jurisdiction While New York Appellate Court Applies Narrower One
- Third Circuit Affirms Ruling that General Aviation Revitalization Act (“GARA”) Does Not Shield Continental Motors from Liability
- Tenth Circuit Affirms Summary Judgment in Premier 390 Accident Litigation after Plaintiffs’ Expert Testimony Excluded
- Torturing Insurance Policy Language to Find Ambiguity