Workshop: Regulatory Law in The Aviation Industry, 11 March 2011 in Washington, DC

February 8, 2011 at 11:19 am | Posted in Aviation Law Current Event | Leave a comment

by Sara M. Langston with the blog faculty

Source: Aeropodium

Legal Aviation Workshop

Regulatory Law in the Aviation Industry

Friday, 11 March 2011, Washington, DC

Workshop Speakers:

– Mark Atwood, Member, Cozen O’Connor

– Jamie Baldwin, Lecturer, Writer and Consultant on Air Transportation

Workshop Agenda:

Registration and Networking Coffee

Welcome and Introductions

Historical Background

– Early International Treaties

– US Mail Contracts

– US Economic and Safety Regulation (Federal Aviation Act)

– Chicago Conference 1944

– Bermuda 2

– Airline Deregulation Act/International Liberalization

Networking Coffee Break

Domestic and International Regulatory Agencies and Trade Association

– DOT/FAA, ICAO, Homeland Security (Customs, Immigration, TSA), Commerce Department, Treasury, OFAC, IATA, ATA, etc

Networking Lunch

Current Regulatory Issues

– US Open Skies

– US/EU Air Transport Agreement

– Warsaw/Montreal Conventions

– FAA/EU Safety and Security

– DOT/EU Consumer Protection

Networking Coffee Break

Current Regulatory Scheme (con’t)

Open Discussion

For the Workshop Agenda and to Register, please visit

www.aeropodium.com/law/regulatorylawusa.html

 

 

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