|Air Date:||May 24 2013 12:00pm|
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a course in Aviation Law! Join aviation law specialist and pilot Frederick Alimonti in this primer on aviation law. In Part I of the program, Mr. Alimonti reviews the main focus areas of aviation law practice. He goes over the Tokyo Convention, the duty for defendants to preserve and retain documents, and several high-profile cases in the recent years. In Part II of this program, Mr. Alimonti presents several entertaining hypothetical situations in aviation law where the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct are implicated – covering issues of confidentiality, privilege, conflict of interest, duty of candor, duty of fairness to opposing counsel, and much more. Don’t miss this timely and engaging program in the specialized area of aviation law.
Agenda: Part I: Aviation Litigation I. The Tokyo Convention II. Forum Non Conveniens III. Document Preservation and Retention
Part II: Turbulent Ethical Issues I. Model Rules of Professional Conduct II. Ethical Issues in Mediation
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Beneba (Oakland, CA)
It was great! I feel I learned a lot. Thanks.
Jodi (New York, NY)
Excellent ethical discussion. Aviation law is a good area to explore these issues.
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