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Court Rejects Montreal Convention Claim For Mental Injury Where No Bodily Injury (Or Accident)
Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP
The Montreal Convention, which governs claims for injuries sustained on many international flights, prohibits recovery for purely mental injuries.
Autonomous Vehicles: US Legal And Regulatory Landscape
Alabama has no laws or regulations concerning autonomous passenger vehicles. However, the state has passed legislation concerning autonomous truck platooning.
Recovery of Hedging Losses as Consequential Damages in New York Arbitration
Blank Rome LLP
The scenario is common enough: an owner voyage-charters its bulk cargo vessel to a charterer to load a cargo of, say, wheat, for carriage from Point A to Point B. En route, the vessel suffers serious mechanical problems resulting in a long delay in the delivery of the cargo.
Recent Trends In U.S. Vessel Arrest Cases
Reed Smith
As the global economic recession grows, so does the number of vessel arrests by maritime creditors. We highlight below four trends observed in the vessel arrest cases that are multiplying in the U.S.
Use Of The Company Jet Just Became A Little Cheaper: DOT Releases Revised SIFL Rates For Use Of Employer-Owned Aircraft
Winston & Strawn LLP
The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) has recently released revised Standard Industry Fare Level (SIFL) rates to calculate taxable income for employees' and independent contractors' use ...
EUROCONTROL Authorisation Letter Practice Points
Holland & Knight
As the United Kingdom moves closer to ratifying the Cape Town Convention and the Aircraft Protocol, it remains to be seen whether the United Kingdom will preserve the so called "fleet lien" for air navigation charges, including those issued by EUROCONTROL.
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