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A publication from the Aviation Law Database™ Aviation Law Week is an e-letter (delivered at least forty times per year) which seeks to raise the standard of aviation safety in the United States by publishing relevant, timely information regarding trial proceedings and dispositions, appellate decisions, new filings, regulatory actions, administrative rulings, and safety data, as well as appropriate bibliographical information. It is not affiliated with any professional organization of lawyers, manufacturers or insurance companies.
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Aviation Law Week is edited and published by Lewis L. Laska, a member of the Tennessee bar. Laska received his J.D. and his Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University. In addition to Aviation Law Week, Laska publishes Medical Malpractice Verdicts, Settlements and Experts, FELA Reporter and Railroad Liability Monitor, and National Product Liability Database Report. He can be reached through our contact page.
William B. Ingram serves as Associate Editor of Aviation Law Week . A graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Law, he is the principal contact for subscriber assistance. You may reach him through our contact page.
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