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MILD TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY IS A SERIOUS ISSUE AND DESERVES APPROPRIATE RECOMPENSE IN A PERSONAL INJURY ACTION

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  • 21 September 2015

People are injured in automobile collisions, store slip and fall accidents, and outdoor trip and fall incidents every day. Medical treatment alleviates the physical injuries over time but sometimes an injured person is left with other medical issues which go untreated, such as memory problems, or an inability to concentrate or retain information. Other accident […]

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In Aviation, Mistakes are Written in Blood

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  • 28 August 2015

Today, consumer drones are turning the highly organized and integrated U.S. airspace design into the Wild West. A swift course correction in law and regulation is necessary to bring order back to the chaos that is no longer the friendly skies. Ignoring this serious threat to safety would be a mistake, which will be written […]

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Drones…It’s Only A Matter of Time…

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  • 20 August 2015

“DJI, the world’s leading seller of consumer drones, began programming such technology last year into all models sold in the United States. Brendan Schulman, the firm’s vice president of policy and legal affairs, said the software upgrade and public education efforts have proven effective. ‘The vast, vast majority of drone users are flying safely and […]

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PREVENTING AN AVIATION DISASTER (OR OVERCOMING HUMAN ERROR IN FLIGHT THROUGH THE POWER OF LANGUAGE)

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  • 14 August 2015

Even before, and especially after, the Tenerife airport disaster—where two Boeing 747s collided on the runway and 583 of the 644 passengers aboard died—the aviation community has been actively engaged in minimizing human error in flight operations. Much has been written about this topic. As an aviation attorney at Bailey & Partners, and an aviation […]

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Serving a non-US corporation in the US—try the general manager approach

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  • 5 August 2015

When serving a non-US corporation, the Hague Convention typically applies because such service usually occurs on foreign soil. However, the Hague Convention applies only “[i]f the internal law of the forum state [i.e. California] defines the applicable method of serving process as requiring the transmittal of documents abroad.” Volkswagenwerk Aktiengesellschaft v. Schlunk, 108 S.Ct. 2104 […]

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