Workshop: Aviation Law after 9/11- Passenger RIghts and Aviation National Security on 22 March 2011, in Miami, FL

March 14, 2011 at 8:13 am | Posted in Aviation Law Current Event | Leave a comment

by Sara M. Langston with the blog faculty

Source: Aeropodium

Aviation Law after September 11th:

Passengers Rights and Aviation National Security

Tuesday 22nd March 2011

Miami, FL, USA

 

Workshop Themes:

Historical Background

– Aviation Travel Rights

– Airline Passenger Rights

– “Rates, Routes, and Services”

Consumer Protection and Aviation Security

– Delays, Bumping, etc. – Contracts versus Tort Remedies

– Profiling, Searches and the “No-Fly” List

International Liability Treaties

– Warsaw/Montreal Conventions – History and Background

– Preemption Issues

– Jurisdictional Issues, “Fifth Jurisdiction,” and Forum Non Conveniens

– Damages for Terrorist Events

– Open Skies and Cabotage Rights

Hijackings, Terrorism and Civil Rights

– Interference with Flight Crew

– Fourth Amendment Rights

For more information see

www.aeropodium.com/law/aviationlaw.html

 

 

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