Cases and Problems
By: Wendy B. Davis
Aviation law is one of the most expansive and complex topics within the law. With issues including labor struggles, liability for crashes, and looming concerns about terrorism, aviation has become a highly regulated field. Wendy B. Davis’s Aviation Law: Cases and Problems discusses the legal implications of flying as they relate to potential liabilities for pilots, air traffic controllers, airport designers, the FAA and others, and the consequences that can result from a lack of attention, expertise or experience. Davis’s work is an exceptional resource for any researcher interested in aviation law.
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Published: Buffalo; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.; 2004