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Corporate Defendants Take Note of Ford: The Supreme Court Revisits Specific Personal Jurisdiction and Adds a Gloss on the “Arises out of or Relates to” Aspect of the Analysis

On March 29, 2021 by Schnader in Aviation

Arleigh P. Helfer published a client alert, “Corporate Defendants Take Note of Ford: The Supreme Court Revisits Specific Personal Jurisdiction and Adds a Gloss on the “Arises out of or Relates to” Aspect of the Analysis.”  The Supreme Court issued its much-anticipated opinion in Ford Motor Co. v. Montana Eight […]

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Aviation Happenings: Spring 2021

On March 23, 2021 by Schnader in Aviation

The Spring 2021 edition of the Aviation Group’s newsletter examines some of the most recent and relevant cases and developments in aviation, including: Fourth Circuit Allows Baltimore Police Department’s Aircraft-Based Surveillance Program to Continue District of Utah Dismisses Passenger’s Negligence and Breach of Contract Claims After Beverage Cart Injury as […]

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Robert Williams and Barry Alexander to Co-Chair Aviation Group

On March 3, 2021 by Schnader in Aviation

Schnader is pleased to announce that the Aviation Group will be co-chaired by Robert J. Williams and Barry S. Alexander. For the past six years, Mr. Williams served as chair of the group while Mr. Alexander served as vice-chair. A trial attorney with 25 years’ experience, Mr. Williams focuses on […]

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Robert Williams Is Featured On DRI’s Podcast, “A Conversation With…”

On February 25, 2021 by Schnader in Aviation

Robert J. Williams, chair of Schnader’s Aviation Group, was the featured guest on “A Conversation With…,” the podcast of DRI, The Voice of the Defense Bar. Williams is a former chair of the DRI Aviation Law Committee and remains an active DRI member. In this informal and personal podcast conversation, […]

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