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Aviation Happenings- Summer 2015

On June 1, 2015 by Schnader

The summer edition of the Aviation Group newsletter takes a look at some of the most recent and relevant cases and developments in aviation law, including:

  • Ninth Circuit Overturns Strict District Court Sentence in Laser-Pointing Case
  • United States Supreme Court Decisions Change How You Need to Think about Personal Jurisdiction Issues 
  • Engine Manufacturer’s Indemnity Action against Carburetor Manufacturer Fails
  • Third Circuit Takes “Opportunity” To Warn of Importance of Following the Rules
  • Aircraft Owner Denied Coverage under Avionics Manufacturer’s Insurance
  • Montreal Convention Baggage Case Remanded to New Jersey State Court
  • ADA Preempts Claim Arising out of Airline’s Refusal to Make Announcement Regarding Peanut Consumption
  • Court Holds Montreal Convention Does Not Apply to Incident in Terminal, but Accident Analysis Interesting
  • Passengers Not Entitled to Recovery under EU 261 in United States Courts
  • Additional Insured Entitled to Coverage Even Where Direct Insured Not Named in Underlying Complaint 
  • Fleet Policy Reformed to Exclude Coverage for Non-Owned Aircraft

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