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Aviation Happenings: Summer 2020

On June 24, 2020 by Schnader in Aviation

The Summer 2020 edition of the Aviation Group’s newsletter examines some of the most recent and relevant cases and developments in aviation, including:

  • How Long is that Life Line? Plaintiff Tests Delaware’s Savings Statute by Filing Lawsuit Seven Years After Crash
  • Appeals Court Holds that Federal Statute Permits Courts to Compel American Witnesses to Appear in Foreign Arbitration
  • Political Question Doctrine Sinks Case Against Navy Helicopter Maintenance Contractor
  • The “Rolling Provision” of the GARA Statute of Repose Not Applicable to Rehauled and Rebuilt Engine Component
  • Service Dog’s Exclusion from Flight was not Disability Discrimination
  • Manufacturer of Airline Seats Not Subject to Personal Jurisdiction or Jurisdictional Discovery in Destination State of Flight on Which Plaintiff Allegedly Sustained Injuries
  • Federal Court Grants Summary Judgment in Favor of Airline, after Plaintiff Fails to Produce Expert Evidence to Support Alleged Injury Causation
  • Southern District of West Virginia Remands Case to State Court Due to Lack of Timely Consent by All Defendants

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Category: Aviation