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AAM Infrastructure Campfire Chat: A Look at Emerging Legal Issues in Development of AAM Infrastructure
Paul Brooks, Regulatory Affairs Manager - Americas - Skyports Infrastructure
Relying on Generative AI in Litigation: A Case Study About What Went Wrong and Lessons About Artificial Intelligence and Its Use
Marissa Lefland, Condon & Forsyth LLP
James Sheppard, Southwest Airlines
The Known Traveler: A Campfire Chat About How Our Air Travel Security Rests on Sharing Our Information, & What the Future Holds
Daniel Nazar, American Airlines
Susan Prosnitz, Transportation Security Administration
Learning from the Legends: Mentorship, Succession Planning and Inter-Generational Communication
Jennifer Keneally, A4A
Francine Kerner, Chief Counsel, TSA
Cathy Ng, Senior Attorney, DHS, Office of the Chief Counsel, Immigration Law Division
Marc Warren, Partner, Jenner & Block
Mary-Caitlin Ray, Counsel, Crowell & Moring
The New Regulatory Flight Path for Consumer Protection
Roy Goldberg, Stinson
Paul Hughes, McDermott Will & Emery
David Weingart, GRA Inc.
Brains vs. Bots: Confronting the Potential and Perils of Predictive AI Technology
Brian Friedman, JetBlue Airways
Cynthia Cole, Baker & McKenzie
Amy Burr, JetBlue Ventures
Sustainability: Contract Drafting for the Unknown Reasonably and With Accountability
Trisha Kozu, Boeing
Andrew Hanson, Perkins Coie LLP
Darrin Morgan, SkyNRG
Edward Sanders, Equatic
Houston, We’ve Got Company: Creating & Cultivating a Commercial Economy on the Moon
Amy Xenofos, NASA
Warnecke Miller, NASA Johnson Space Center
Antifriction Technology’s Fundamental Overhaul of the Airport Experience
David Staas, Partner, Winstead
Doug Lavin, IATA
Preston Peterson, American Airlines
What do Chief Legal Officers and General Counsels See in the Crystal Ball?
Stella Belvisi, Airbus Americas
Marc Nichols, FAA
Mark Shaw, Southwest Airlines
Alyssa Sieffert, Slingshot
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- Washington Update Conference
February 22-24, 2024
The ABA will seek 8.75 hours of CLE credit in 60-minute states, and 10.50 hours of CLE credit for this program in 50-minute states. Credit hours are estimated and are subject to each state’s approval and credit rounding rules. Please visit the program website for program CLE details or visit www.americanbar.org/mcle for general information on CLE at the ABA.