About the Firm
The Law Offices of Paul A. Lange, LLC focuses its practice on high stakes litigation and select significant transactions typically involving aviation, employment, and insurance matters. Our firm is headquartered in Stratford, Connecticut near the Bridgeport-Sikorsky Memorial Airport. We also maintain a satellite office in midtown Manhattan to support our New York based work.
Underlying our success is a carefully crafted work product combined with the personal attention and economies of scale available only in a small, niche firm. We pride ourselves on high quality, pragmatic, result-oriented legal representation. Our goal is to continually and creatively seek out ways to resolve matters as expeditiously as possible and provide our clients with peace of mind. Our clients require lawyers who can successfully help them meet their goals, whether those goals require careful, delicate and sensitive negotiation, aggressive high stakes litigation, or a combination of both.
Firm News and Events
- European Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition, May 20,22, 2014, The European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE) is a premier event and the annual meeting place for the European business aviation community. The exhibition brings together busi... Read more »
Speeches and Publications
- Environmental Considerations for FBO Operators, By: Paul A. Lange, Esq. and Sydney L. Macca, Esq. Environmental issues relating to fuel contamination have become an increasingly important issue for FBOs when leasing space at an airport. Airport ... Read more »
- 4 Steps to Managing Employees’ Social Media Presence, By: Paul A. Lange, Esq. and Alison L. McKay, Esq. Social media sites are ripe with casual but potentially explosive comments by individuals discussing their glee over promotions, "fun" at the expen... Read more »
- Those With Part 16 Complaints, Please Stand Up, By: Paul A. Lange, Esq and Alison L. McKay, Esq If you are considering filing a Part 16 Complaint, the first question you should ask is: Can I satisfy the strict standing requirements? The purpose ... Read more »
- Knowing Whether to Proceed Under Part 13 or Part 16, By: Paul A. Lange, Esq. and Megan E. Bryson In the first three articles in this series, we discussed some of the more common grant assurances that are disputed between airport sponsors and tenants.... Read more »
- Gather & Organize Evidence To Support Your Case, By: Paul A. Lange, Esq. In the first three articles of this series, we discussed some of the more common grant assurances that are disputed. Our fourth article took a different direction, namely ho... Read more »
- Preserving Your Own Evidence (Or, People Who Live In Glass Houses…), By: Paul A. Lange, Esq. In the first three articles in this series, we discussed some of the more common grant assurances that are disputed. This article takes a slightly different direction, discu... Read more »
- Exclusive Rights At Single FBO Airports, By: Alison L. McKay, Esq. It is sometimes difficult to determine whether a federally funded airport with a single FBO has granted an Exclusive Right in violation of Federal Grant Assurance 23. T... Read more »
- So Your Airport Sponsor Is Trying To Dictate Your Rate Structure For Subtenants & Customers?, By: Paul A. Lange, Esq. and Megan E. Bryson, Esq. Well, for better or for worse, this is not prohibited. In fact, in some circumstances, your Airport Sponsor may have an affirmative obligation unde... Read more »
- Minimum Standards Exemptions, By: Paul A. Lange, Esq. & Megan E. Bryson, Esq. Can an airport tenant ever really be exempt from an airport's minimum standards and regulations? This is a pressing and timely issue for all airpor... Read more »