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Annals of Air and Space Law: Vol. XXXV (2010)

1. LEADING ARTICLES:

  • The 2004 Damascus Agreement: Liberalizing market access and ownership rules for Arab air carriers: Alan Khee-Jin Tan
  • Legal aspects of aircraft financing in China: Qian Chen
  • Collecting, preserving and presenting evidence in domestic and foreign aircraft accident cases: Stuart R. Fraenkel, Michael G. McQuillen Anthony U.

Moot Trial

Moot Trial

Enjoy a moot trial where witnesses will be examined and cross-examined, and evidence introduced including computer-based accident simulations. At the end, the trial lawyers will be invited to explain their strategic and tactical approaches.

Passenger Rights

Passenger Rights

- Have the courts overstepped their jurisdiction in interpreting passenger rights regulation around the globe and does this ultimately benefit passengers as intended?
- What are the future prospects for passenger rights legislation in Europe and elsewhere?
- What is the legal exposure of air navigation service providers and airports as a result of flight delays, cancellations and denied boarding?
- What are the US regulatory rules on airline advertising of services and fares and where are they applicable?

Roundtable Panel Discussion of the Experts: The Way Forward

Chair: Prof. Paul Stephen Dempsey - Tomlinson Professor of Law and Director of the Institute of Air and Space Law, McGill University

Panellists:
Folasade Odutola
- Director, Air Transport Bureau, ICAO
Daniel Calleja - Director of Air Transport, European Commission
Graham Lake - Director General, CANSO

Air Transport: What Route to Sustainability?

Programme:
Sunday, 26 September 2010

08:45 - 09:15 Welcoming Remarks
Prof. Daniel Jutras
- Dean, Faculty of Law, McGill University - Dean of Law's Welcome [.pdf]

Introductory Address