Protecting the Corporate Aviation Department

Production Date: May 18, 2015 Practice Areas: Litigation and Aviation & Aerospace Estimated Length: 3705 minutes


$ 59 Litigation and Aviation & Aerospace In Stock

Protecting the Corporate Aviation Department provides a broad overview of the National Transportation Safety Board's responsibility for investigating civil aviation accidents as well as significant accidents involving transportation by railroad, highway, marine and pipeline.  In this course, the focus is on the corporate airline department.  Christa Hinckley of Dentons US LLP discusses the role of counsel in helping their clients understand their overall risk, as well as their obligations with respect to the NTSB, and possible legal consequences of their actions. Additionally, she discusses risk across a corporate entity and how counsel can assist the client whose main business is not flight. Ms. Hinckley has advised carriers and Part 91 and Part 135 operators on their emergency response procedures and obligations, both domestically and internationally. 


Learning Objectives:

I.     Understand key regulations and how they influence an investigation

II.    Anticipate, plan for, and manage an aviation crisis 

III.   Grasp the theory of risk assessment

IV.   Identify useful resources


Todd V.
Victoria, TX

Well presented, great material.

Shelley E.
Jericho, NY

The course was highly informative even for those already knowledgeable about aviation law. The presenter was extremely comprehensive and knowledgeable.

Daniel H.
Valley Stream, NY

I enjoyed the substance of the CLE.

Charles G.
Edmonds, WA


Andrew P.
Lawndale, CA

Another great program! Speaker was very good and the material was very helpful! Need more courses please!

Paul N.
Lynbrook, NY

Great speaker

Philip L J.
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

Excellent speaker. She obviously has extensive experience working accidents.