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Employment Arbitration Agreements

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  • 10 November 2015

Many California employers require their employees or new-hires to sign agreements indicating that if any dispute arises between the employee and employer with regard to the employment, it must be submitted to binding arbitration. Typically, these arbitration agreements require the aggrieved employee to file an arbitration petition with the American Arbitration Association. Employers prefer arbitration […]

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FAA – W-a-a-y Behind The Power Curve on Drone Regulations

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  • 9 October 2015

Here are the known facts:  Multiple industry sources confirm estimates that over 1 million drones will be in the hands of drone flyers by December 2015.  The FAA has already cited Sky Pan of Chicago with a $1.9 million penalty for alleged illegal commercial drone flights.  The FAA states that the number of pilot reports of airborne drone […]

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Drones for Christmas? How About a Million of Them!

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  • 5 October 2015

As shocking as that number sounds, that’s what the FAA is saying the drone industry is forecasting for drone sales in the very near future. For airlines, aircraft and helicopter operators the exploding growth of drones presents a very real potential for deadly encounters.  Already we’ve seen a drone crash onto the White House lawn…and […]

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VOLKSWAGEN – DESIGNED TO CHEAT

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  • 30 September 2015

Basically, Volkswagen lied at least 11 million times. Was it a mistake? Obviously not. The evidence is clear that Volkswagen purposely – and with premeditation – lied to the EPA, the California air resources board and finally – to its customers. Volkswagen’s US CEO Michael Horn admitted that “what’s become painfully clear, our company was dishonest with the EPA, and the California air resources board…and with all of you.”

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Have the Courage to Go-around, Wave-off, or Abort a Landing

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  • 30 September 2015

This message is for pilots, especially those who are entrusted to carry passengers and other aircrew. The runway overrun mishap at Sedona, AZ in 2011, and the crash on landing into San Francisco International Airport in 2013—although different—originate from the same mistake. A pilot who flies a bad approach must have the courage to check his/her ego and go-around, wave-off, or abort a bad landing before reaching the point of no return.

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