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Since September 11, 2001, the airport security checkpoint has become a locus for First Amendment activity. This article discusses the ramifications of this fact for courts and governments that seek to develop standards and policies for what speech-related limitations are—and are not—permissible on airport grounds.
This article explores what legal “ownership” of an airline ticket means, given that multiple parties contribute individual data elements that create a larger set of data that exists on a ticket.
This article examines recent federal circuit case law addressing the scope of preemption under the Federal Aviation Act, and more specifically, whether preemption applies to entire claims or merely to the applicable standard of care.
This article discusses the recent history of air and rail integration and analyzes legal and contractual issues that airlines and rail operators should consider when contemplating intermodal alliances. These issues include the important question of how to allocate risk between air and rail carriers in light of differing bases of liability.
In the coming weeks, we will have two events in Washington, D.C., that you will not want to miss. First, on Thursday, January 22, we will have a networking reception at the Army and Navy Club. Second, our annual Washington Update Conference will be held on Friday, February 20, 2015, at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel.
It is a great pleasure to welcome Brent Connor of Thompson Hine to the editorial board of The Air & Space Lawyer in the position of Managing Editor. Brent is a great addition to the editorial board and I look forward to working with him again.