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|Indians Intend To Compete Alone For License for Brazilian Airports|
Siqueira Castro — Advogados;
January 5, 2012The Indian group GMR will compete in the privatization of airports in Brazil, scheduled for February 6. Unlike other foreign groups, which are partnering with developers and national groups, the Indians intend to go it alone in the contest for one of the three airports to be auctioned: Brasilia,...
|Airline Employee's ERISA Claims Precluded by RLA|
Ford Harrison LLP;
December 29, 2011, previously published on December 2011Executive Summary: A federal trial court in Michigan has held that an ERISA lawsuit brought by a former employee of Northwest Airlines is a minor dispute and is preempted by the Railway Labor Act (RLA). See James v. American General Assurance Co. (Sep. 8, 2011). Accordingly, the court held that...
|Conditions of Carriage are part of an Airline Ticket Contract|
Kevin M. Cox; Semmes, Bowen & Semmes A Professional Corporation;
December 14, 2011, previously published on December 2011Plaintiffs, Deborah and Matt Lavine (the “Lavines”), purchased two round-trip airline tickets from American Airlines, Inc (“American Airlines”). After buying the tickets, the Lavines received an email, the subject line of which read: “E-Ticket Confirmation”. A...
|Note on Article ¿Aircraft beyond the Horizon: There Is Kyoto!¿ (Air Law Journal, 2011, 2) |
Arthur Flieger; Flieger Law Office B.V.B.A.;
December 2, 2011, previously published on March 2011By its ruling of 2 March 2011 the Constitutional Court of Belgium set aside the Decree of the Flemish Region of 8 May 2009 amending the Rational Energy Consumption REG Decree of 2 April 2004, as far as its extension to aviation activities is concerned.
|Bonus Depreciation Expanded and Extended For New Aircraft Purchasers|
Edward H. Kammerer; Hinckley, Allen & Snyder LLP;
November 18, 2011, previously published on November 17, 2011Tax law changes enacted in late 2010 include some good news for both recent and prospective aircraft buyers. Bonus Depreciation benefits have been expanded and extended. A significant portion of the new Bonus Depreciation benefits expire at the end of 2011, so swift action on the part of taxpayers...
|The Registration and Enforcement of Mortgages and Other Security Interests over Malta-Registered Aircraft|
Doran Magri Demajo; CSB Advocates (formerly known as Zammit & Associates - Advocates);
November 15, 2011, previously published by Zammit & Associates - AdvocatesFollowing its success in the maritime sector, Malta has undertaken an ambition to replicate that success in the area of aircraft registration.
http://www.zammit-law.com/malta-law-articles/malta-registration-and-enforcement-mortgages-and-other-security-interests-over-malta-registered-aircraft on August 2011
|Emotional Harm Damages For Personal Injury Claims Under The Montreal Convention|
Marty Fulgueira Elfenbein; Rumberger Kirk Caldwell Professional Association;
November 15, 2011, previously published on October 28, 2011When an aircraft full of passengers during an international flight encounters an unexpected event, such as severe turbulence, an emergency evacuation, or a crash landing, the injuries may run the gamut. Some passengers may sustain no physical injuries at all while others may sustain severe physical...
|U.S. Government Proposes to Ease Aerospace Export Restrictions|
Corey L. Norton; Keller Heckman LLP;
November 11, 2011, previously published on November 9, 2011The U.S. Commerce and State Departments have proposed regulations to ease the export licensing requirements for companies selling items used on military aircraft. These proposals are part of the U.S. government's recent push for reforms that would help the United States compete better globally...
|Government Tightens Squeeze On Contractors, Publishes Final Persuader Rule For DoD, NASA and GSA Contracts|
Mark Theodore; Proskauer Rose LLP;
November 9, 2011, previously published on November 2, 2011Contracting with the Department of Defense ("DoD"), National Aeronautics and Space Administration ("NASA") and General Services Administration ("GSA") will become more burdensome after December 2, 2011, according to final regulations published today. The regulations,...
|DOT Delays Some Passenger Rights Regulations|
Elaine D. Solomon; Blank Rome LLP;
November 3, 2011, previously published on November 2011The U.S. Department of Transportation has decided to delay the implementation of some of its new passenger rights rules until January 24, 2012. Several carriers, carrier associations and travel associations had requested that DOT delay the effective date of certain provisions of the rule because...