Tag:FAA

Room for Advancement in Space Law

Space might be the “final frontier,” but the growing area of space law shows that it’s anything but the Wild West.  Out past the reaches...

Colorado-Based Air Ambulance Operator Hit with Federal Lawsuit

U.S. Attorney Jason Dunn on Nov. 4 filed a lawsuit against Air Methods, alleging the Greenwood Village-based helicopter operator violated Federal Aviation Administration regulations...

Space Law: Niche Practice Area Has Room for Growth With Regulation and Corporate Activity

Space might be the “final frontier,” but the growing area of space law shows that it’s anything but the Wild West.  Out past the reaches...

Attorney-Pilot Sets New World Record

A Colorado attorney’s name is in the record books after flying his airplane from the nation’s highest airport in Leadville to its lowest in...

Supreme Court Limits Reach of Class Arbitration

Class arbitration is a rare proceeding in employment disputes. Thanks to a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision, it will likely stay that way. On April...

Taking Arbitrability to Court

A group of exotic dancers brought a class-action lawsuit against a handful of clubs and the corporations that own them, alleging federal and state...

With Arbitration, Public Antipathy Clashes With Case Law

Public pressure continues to build against some companies that use mandatory arbitration provisions. Tech giants and even law firms have come under the microscope...

FAA Doesn’t Allow for ‘Wholly Groundless’ Exception, SCOTUS Rules

In his first Supreme Court opinion, Justice Brett Kavanaugh used only eight pages to strike an argument that some litigants used to get a...