On Tuesday May 19th, 2015, Paul A. Lange will join a distinguished panel of worldwide leaders in Unmanned Aircraft Systems at the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition in Geneva, Switzerland, discussing the challenges and opportunities surrounding this highly charged and fast growing market segment. To read more about EBACE, please follow the link […]
On March 27, 2015, Paul A. Lange presented the aviation regulatory issues portion of a panel entitled “Unmanned Aircraft Systems” at the Southern Methodist University’s 49th Annual Air Law Symposium, run by the law school’s prestigious and industry leading Journal of Air Law and Commerce. For more information on the SMU Symposium, follow the […]
Paul A. Lange authored a chapter titled “Emergency Response and NTSB Form 6120.1: At the Intersection of Tort, Coverage, and Regulatory Litigation” for the 2015 edition of the book Litigating the Aviation Case, 4th Edition, to be published by the American Bar Association in mid-2015. To learn more about the American Bar Association, please […]
This winter, Paul M. Grocki authored an article titled “Examining Consequences and Issues Stemming from the FAA’s Implementation of Aircraft Re-Registration and Expiration Regulations that are Just Now Beginning to Develop through Litigation,” published in the Winter 2015 issue of the Air & Transportation Law Reporter by the International Air & Transportation Safety Bar Association. […]
Benjamin H. Klein moderated a panel entitled “Who Needs Pilots?: The Future of Commercial Unmanned Aircraft Systems and their Regulation”at the International Air & Transportation Safety Bar Association annual conference on November 14, 2015 in New York, New York. For more information on the International Air & Transportation Safety Bar Association, click the link […]
Paul A. Lange was selected to the 2014 Connecticut Super Lawyers list in the category of aviation.