Tenth Circuit Affirms Summary Judgment in Premier 390 Accident Litigation After Plaintiffs’ Expert Testimony ExcludedOn February 18, 2020 by Schnader
Denny Shupe published an article, “Tenth Circuit Affirms Summary Judgment in Premier 390 Accident Litigation After Plaintiffs’ Expert Testimony Excluded,” in Skywritings, the newsletter of DRI’s Aviation Law Committee. The article is in the February 2020, edition, Vol. 21, Issue 1.
Mr. Shupe is a partner in the firm’s Litigation Department, a former member of Schnader’s Executive Committee, and past Chair of the Firm’s Litigation Department. He previously chaired the Firm’s Aviation Group and its Product Liability Group, and is a past Chair of DRI’s Aviation Law Committee. Mr. Shupe is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, where he previously served as the Chair of its Special Problems in the Administration of Justice Committee (U.S.). He also is a member of the International Association of Defense Counsel. He has been recognized as one of the leading aviation and products lawyers in the United States by agencies such as Chambers USA, Legal 500, Best Lawyers in America, Legal Media Group, and Who’s Who Legal Aviation, the latter of which has recognized Mr. Shupe as one of four “global elite thought leaders” in North America.
His practice concentrates on risk management and representation of international, national, and regional companies in a wide variety of commercial, product liability, and business litigation matters. In aviation matters he represents domestic and global aircraft, engine and aircraft component manufacturers, airports, airlines, insurers, Part 135 operators, Part 145 repair stations, and corporate aviation in a wide variety of litigation and accident investigation matters. An Air Force Academy distinguished graduate and retired Air Force command and instructor pilot, Mr. Shupe served 23 years as an active duty and reserve officer. His military domestic and international flight experience includes over 4,000 hours in T-41, T-37, T-38 and C-141 aircraft.