Aviation Law Section of the State Bar of Texas offers CLE program
Houston, TX – The Aviation Law Section of the State Bar of Texas announced that it is offering a CLE program on the morning of Thursday, June 13, 2019 at the State Bar of Texas Annual Meeting being held from June 13-14, 2019 at the JW Marriott in Austin, Texas.
Bruce Marshall, Chair of the Aviation Law Section, states “This year’s program features an unprecedented collection of speakers and legal minds from some of the aviation industry’s most prominent law firms, aviation companies, and regulatory agencies. We hope y’all can join in Austin for this great learning opportunity and a little Texas hospitality!”
The CLE program is open to all aviation legal professionals and for only payment of one day’s registration fee ($185.00) and features:
Current and Future Legal Issues in International Space Law
· Shalem Massey, Irvine, CA, Partner, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
Drones: Privacy Implications and the Evolving Regulatory Landscape
· Jennifer Trock, Washington DC, Partner, Baker McKenzie
Ethics in Aviation: The GC’s Perspective
· Mark Shaw, Dallas, Executive Vice President, Chief Legal and Regulatory Officer, Southwest Airlines
· Brad Ferrell, Columbus, OH, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, NetJets
· Eric Levenhagen, Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, Chief Administrative Officer & General Counsel, Sun Country Airlines
· Crystal Gordon, Houston, TX, SVP, General Counsel & Chief Administrative Officer, Era Group, Inc.
· Moderator: Bruce Marshall, Chair, Aviation Law Section, EVP & General Counsel, AIC Title Service
The Broadening of the Air Charter Market – Comments from DOT on its New Air Charter Broker Rules
· Lisa Swafford-Brooks, Washington, D.C., Deputy General Counsel Office of Operations, C-60, Office of the General Counsel, U.S. Department of Transportation
About the Aviation Law Section of the State Bar of Texas
The Aviation Law Section of the State Bar of Texas, with over 300 members, exists to study recent developments of law, legislation and regulations in the field of aviation law, and keep the members of the Bar informed of significant developments in this field.