The most exciting and challenging aspect of the practice of aviation law is that it is constantly evolving. As technology advances, so do the laws and regulations that govern the industry. Our clients seek counsel who is not only aware of these advances and changes, but understands how they affect their business. That is who we are. We balance an understanding of the traditional aspects of aviation law with an ever-expanding knowledge of what is new, exciting, and potentially hazardous in the world of aviation.
This knowledge combined with years of experience provides us with the tools needed to evaluate the risks and liabilities faced by companies and individuals who work in the aviation industry. We are poised to help our clients implement business practices to reduce potential exposure. And, if a client faces a lawsuit or the threat of a lawsuit, we draw on our extensive experience in the industry and in the practice of law to evaluate the risk and provide solutions tailored to meet the client’s needs and expectations.
The National Space Council held a meeting today chaired by Vice President Mike Pence. The meeting’s theme was “Moon, Mars, and W…Read More
According to a report issued by the Netherlands-based aviation consultancy To70, 2017 was the best year in history for civil aviation safety…Read More
MRJ Partner Kerry Mahedy will present an overview on the laws related to unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) on December 8, 2017 at the Cincinna…Read More
On October 26, 2017, MRJ Partner Kerry Mahedy will participate in a panel to discuss Defending Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Claims …Read More
Jane Doe and her 11-year-old daughter were flying from Abu Dhabi to Chicago. The knob that holds the seatback tray upright had broken and the …Read More
MRJ’s Aviation and Brain Injury Teams are looking forward to attending AViCON this year in Maryland. We look forward to learning more …Read More