Navigating the Growing Magnitude of Airline Passenger Claims

Production Date: November 10, 2017 Practice Areas: Litigation and Aviation & Aerospace Estimated Length: 3681 minutes


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We’ve all seen the increasing amount of attention paid to rifts between airlines and airline passengers. But can passengers actually bring claims against an airline? What are their legal protections, if any, and what are some of the corresponding defenses that the airline industry can employ?

In this program, Jonathan Ziss, Chair of Goldberg Segalla’s Aviation Litigation Practice, will answer those questions and more. This program will provide an overview of the myriad of legal issues associated with airline passenger claims.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Gain an appreciation of the growing scope and magnitude of unruly and disruptive airline passenger claims
  2. Become familiar with the relevant sources of federal and state law that govern passenger claims, as well as corresponding defenses
  3. Identify and evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of claims involving disruptive passengers, with an appreciation of the role played by social media, publicity, and the court of public opinion

Robert E. S.

Very interesting. Clear and precise.

Andrew P.
Lawndale, CA

Mr. Ziss is an excellent speaker and he is a wealth of knowledge. I would like for him to produce additional courses please. I would also like more Aviation Law related courses dealing with ADA and service/emotional support animals, UAS/Drones, Space Law, the new FAA Basic Med program, aero-toxic exposure, etc. Thank you very much!!!!

Mitchell G.

I really enjoyed this CLE. Thank you!

Marshall N.
Little Rock, AR

Thank you