Robert J. Williams Appointed to ABA CommitteeOn July 13, 2017 by Schnader in Aviation
Aviation Group chair Robert J. Williams has been appointed vice chair of the American Bar Association’s Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section Aviation and Space Law General Committee, effective September 1st. The Aviation and Space Law Committee address all issues relating to aviation law, including aviation litigation, insurance coverage, and legal issues arising from the commercialization of space.
Mr. Williams is a trial attorney with more than two decades’ experience representing global, national and regional companies in complex, high-stakes actions in federal and state courts, private and court-annexed arbitrations, and administrative agencies. He is an aircraft owner and active private pilot, with an instrument rating and endorsements for high-performance and complex aircraft. He applies his practical and legal knowledge to the representation of virtually every type of aviation industry participant, including aircraft and component manufacturers, airports, air carriers and other commercial operators, repair stations, fixed base operators, pilots, flight instructors, mechanics and insurers. Mr. Williams recently completed a second term as the Chair of DRI’s Aviation Law Committee.