Feb

    Forum on Air & Space 2018 Update Conference

    Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Pentagon City, 7 AM GMT

    2017 was an exciting and eventful year in the world of air and space and the Washington Update Conference provides a briefing and an insider’s perspective on the hot topics related to air and space law, as well as a look forward at 2018 and beyond with discussions of exciting issues with industry experts. Be sure not to miss the Forum’s Washington Update Conference, to be held on Friday, February 23, 2018 at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Pentagon City.

     

     Our luncheon keynote speaker is Charles M. Trippe, Jr., Chief Counsel, FAA.

     

    The 2018 Update Conference will present experienced and informed panels and distinguished speakers, who put current issues into perspective and offer their visions for the future.

     

    Featured panels include:

     · Legislative Updates and Outlook for 2018 Panel: FAA Reauthorization, ATC Privatization and potential impact of midterm elections and more

    · Litigation Update Panel: Our Patchwork Nation: Airline Litigation of State and Local Employment Laws and Regulations

    · Unmanned Aircraft Systems Panel: How UAS/Drones Have and Will Continue to Impact Transportation

    · Regulatory Panel: U.S. Airline Service Quality and the Impact of U.S. DOT Passenger Rights Regulations

    ·  Airports/Air Traffic Control Update Panel: Update on Airport Funding and Fees, and what a Not-For-Profit ATC Provider   could mean for Air Carriers, Passengers and General Aviation

    · Space Law Update Panel: Legal Hurdles to Continued Human Presence in Low Earth Orbit

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    Event Details

    Format

    In-Person

    Date

    Feb 23, 2018

    2018-02-23T07:00:00 2018-02-23T21:00:00 Forum on Air & Space 2018 Update Conference

    2017 was an exciting and eventful year in the world of air and space and the Washington Update Conference provides a briefing and an insider’s perspective on the hot topics related to air and space law, as well as a look forward at 2018 and beyond with discussions of exciting issues with industry experts. Be sure not to miss the Forum’s Washington Update Conference, to be held on Friday, February 23, 2018 at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Pentagon City.

     

     Our luncheon keynote speaker is Charles M. Trippe, Jr., Chief Counsel, FAA.

     

    The 2018 Update Conference will present experienced and informed panels and distinguished speakers, who put current issues into perspective and offer their visions for the future.

     

    Featured panels include:

     · Legislative Updates and Outlook for 2018 Panel: FAA Reauthorization, ATC Privatization and potential impact of midterm elections and more

    · Litigation Update Panel: Our Patchwork Nation: Airline Litigation of State and Local Employment Laws and Regulations

    · Unmanned Aircraft Systems Panel: How UAS/Drones Have and Will Continue to Impact Transportation

    · Regulatory Panel: U.S. Airline Service Quality and the Impact of U.S. DOT Passenger Rights Regulations

    ·  Airports/Air Traffic Control Update Panel: Update on Airport Funding and Fees, and what a Not-For-Profit ATC Provider   could mean for Air Carriers, Passengers and General Aviation

    · Space Law Update Panel: Legal Hurdles to Continued Human Presence in Low Earth Orbit

    Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Pentagon City

    Session Schedule

    Time
    Session Name
    Track
    Price
    Time
    07:00 AM - 08:00 AM
    Session Name
    Registration and Continental Breakfast
    Track
    Price
    Free
    Time
    07:00 AM - 08:00 AM
    Session Name
    YL/Law Student Breakfast
    Track
    Price
    0
    Time
    08:00 AM - 08:15 AM
    Session Name
    Welcome
    Track
    Price
    Free
    Time
    08:15 AM - 09:30 AM
    Session Name
    Legislative Update Panel- Legislative Updates and Outlook for 2018
    Track
    Price
    Free
    Time
    09:30 AM - 10:30 AM
    Session Name
    Litigation Update Panel: Our Patchwork Nation: Airline Litigation of State and Local Employment Laws and Regulations
    Track
    Price
    Free
    Time
    10:30 AM - 10:50 AM
    Session Name
    Break
    Track
    Price
    Free
    Time
    10:50 AM - 12:00 PM
    Session Name
    UAS Panel [Chris Poreda and Courtney Felts] - How UAS/Drones Have and Will Continue to Impact Transportation
    Track
    Price
    Free
    Time
    12:00 PM - 01:30 PM
    Session Name
    Luncheon - Keynote Speaker: Charles M. Trippe, Jr., Chief Counsel, FAA
    Track
    Price
    Free
    Time
    01:30 PM - 02:30 PM
    Session Name
    Regulatory Panel [Jonathan Dols, Evelyn Sahr and Francisco Castillo]-U.S. Airline Service Quality and the Impact of U.S. DOT Passenger Rights Regulations
    Track
    Price
    0
    Time
    02:30 PM - 03:30 PM
    Session Name
    Mid-Afternoon Break
    Track
    Price
    Free
    Time
    03:00 PM - 04:00 PM
    Session Name
    Airports/ATC Update Panel [Roy Goldberg, Bob Kneisley, Eric Smith]-Update on Airport Funding and Fees, and what a Not-For-Profit ATC Provider could mean for Air Carriers, Passengers and General Aviation
    Track
    Price
    Free
    Time
    04:00 PM - 05:00 PM
    Session Name
    Space Update Panel-Legal Hurdles to Continued Human Presence in Low Earth Orbit
    Track
    Price
    Free
    Time
    05:15 PM - 07:00 PM
    Session Name
    Networking Reception
    Track
    Price
    Free

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