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Books

Paul Dempsey

  • AVIATION LIABILITY LAW (Lexis/Nexis 2010).
  • SPACE LAW (Oxford University Press 2010) (five-volume treatise updated quarterly).
  • AIR TRANSPORTATION: FOUNDATIONS FOR THE 21st CENTURY (with Professor Laurence Gesell, 3rd ed. Coast-Aire 2010).
  • AVIATION AND THE LAW (with Professor Laurence Gesell, 5th ed. Coast-Aire 2010).
  • PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL AIR LAW (McGill 2008).
  • AIR NAVIGATION: FLYING THROUGH CONGESTED SKIES (editor, McGill/ICAO 2007).
  • AIRLINE MANAGEMENT: STRATEGIES FOR THE 21st CENTURY (with Professor Laurence Gesell, 2nd ed., Coast-Aire 2006).
  • INTERNATIONAL AIR CARRIER LIABILITY: THE MONTREAL CONVENTION OF 1999 (with Professor Michel Milde, McGill Center for Research in Air & Space Law 2005).
  • The McGill/Concordia Report on INTERNATIONAL AVIATION POLICY FOR CANADA (McGill Center for Research in Air & Space Law 2005)
  • AVIATION AND THE LAW (with Professor Laurence Gesell, 4TH ed. Coast-Aire 2005).
  • Space Law (Oceana 2005) (five-volume treatise).
  • Air Transportation: Foundations for the 21st Century (with Professor Laurence Gesell, 2nd ed. Coast-Aire 2005).
  • Transit Law, volume 5 of Selected Studies in Transportation Law (Transportation Research Board 2004).
  • European Aviation Law (Kluwer Law International 2004)
  • Air Commerce and the Law (with Professor Laurence Gesell, Coast Aire 2004).
  • Space Law (Oceana 2004) (five-volume treatise).
  • Metropolitan Planning Organizations: An Assessment Of The Transportation Planning Process (3 volumes, with Professors Goetz & Larson; National Center for Intermodal Transportation 2000).

Ram Jakhu

  • International Space Law and Politics, in preparation (to be completed by December 2011 and published by Springer Publishing House, the Netherlands)
  • Edited a book on “National Regulation of Space Activities,” 2010, published by Springer Publishing House, the Netherlands.
  • Edited a book on “Space Safety Regulations and Standards,” 2010, published by Elsevier Publishing House, the United Kingdom. (with Dr. Joseph Pelton).
  • Law of International Telecommunications in Canada, 1986, Max Planck Institute, Hamburg, West Germany, (with Dr. N. M. Matte).

Ivan A. Vlasic

  • [with Martin A. Bradley (mimeographed by)] The Public International Law of Air Transport: Materials and Documents (1974).
  • (Edited by) Explorations in Aerospace Law: Selected Essays by John Cobb Cooper (McGill University Press, Montreal) (1968).
  • [with McGougall, Myres S. and Lasswell, Harold D.] Law and Public Order in Space (New Heaven Yale University Press) (1963).

Richard Janda

  • GATS Regulatory Disciplines Meet Global Public Goods: The Case of Maritime and Aviation Services, in Sauvé, Pierre and Mattoo, Aaditya, Domestic Regulation and Services Trade Liberalization (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003).
  • Has Europe Kick-started the Global Liberalization of Airline Ownership and Control? (with Joseph Wilson) in World Market Series Aviation Strategies: Challenges and Opportunities of Liberalization (World Market Research Centre: London, 2003)
  • Communications Law in Canada, Toronto: Butterworth’s, 2000, and six updates (with Sunny Handa, David Johnston and Charles Morgan)

Francis Schubert

  • La responsabilité des agences du contrôle de la circulation aérienne, Lenticularis, Opfikon, Switzerland, 1994.

Catherine Walsh

  • The United Nations Convention on the Assignment of Receivables in International Trade: Pre-Implementation Study (30 March 2005) [co-authored with J. Michel Deschamps) commissioned by the Department of Justice of Canada (International Private Law Section) & the Uniform Law Conference of Canada.
  • Personal Property Security Law (Toronto: Irwin, 2005) [co-authored with Professors Ronald C.C. Cuming and Roderick Wood]

Rod Margo

  • Shawcross & Beaumont, Air Law, 4th revised edition.,Butterworths Lexis-Nexis, London, 2005. (co-editor with David McClean,Richard Gardiner, John Balfour and Jeffrey Goh).
  • Aviation Insurance. 3rd ed., Lexis-Nexis, London, 2000. Treatise on the law and practice of aviation insurance and reinsurance, including spacecraft and hovercraft insurance, focusing on English law and London market practice. (1st ed., 1980; 2nd ed. 1989).
  • The Liability Reporter, (Editor and co-author), published annually by Condon & Forsyth LLP and the International Air Transport Association. 1998-date (8th ed., 2005).


Book Chapters

Paul Dempsey

  • “Overview of United States Policy and Law” in National Regulation of Space Activities 373-404 (R. Jakhu ed. 2010).
  • “ICAO’s Legal Authority to Regulate Aerospace Vehicles”, in Space Law: Legal Contours (P. Kumar, ed. 2010) (with Michael Mineiro).
  • “Space Traffic Management: A Vacuum in Need of Law”, in Outer Space: Warfare and Weapons (P. Kumar, ed. 2010) (with Michael Mineiro).
  • ”Haftung des Luftfrachtführers”, in Kölner Kompendium Lufthrecht (Carl Heymanns Verlag 2010).
  • “Transportation and the United States Constitution”, in 8 Transportation Law and Government Relations (Transportation Research Board 2007).
  • “The Evolving Relationship between Governments and Air Navigation Services”, in Air Navigation: Flying Through Congested Skies (McGill/ICAO 2007).
  • “Motor Vehicle Law”, in 8 Transportation Law and Government Relations (Transportation Research Board 2007).
  • “Report of Conclusions”, in Air Navigation: Flying Through Congested Skies (McGill/ICAO 2007) (with Yaw Nyampong).
  • “Audience Polling Results”, in Air Navigation: Flying Through Congested Skies (McGill/ICAO 2007) (with Yaw Nyampong).
  • “Intercarrier Agreements and Alliances: The Competitive Challenge”, World Market Series Business Briefing: Aviation Strategies, Challenges and Opportunities of Liberalization 52 (Mar. 2003) (Proceedings of the ICAO International Air Transport Conference, Montréal, March 27, 2003).
  • “Predation in the Air: Competition and Antitrust Law in Commercial Aviation,” in International Deregulation and Privatization 123-189 (Christian Campbell, ed., Transnational 2000).

Articles (2000-2010)

2010

Paul Dempsey

  • “Montreal v. Brussels: The Conflict of Laws on the Issue of Delay in International Air Carriage”, 35 Air & Space Law 297 (2010).
  • “Independence of Aviation Safety Investigation Authorities: Keeping the Foxes from the Henhouse”, 75 Journal of Air Law & Commerce 223 (2010).

2009

Paul Dempsey

  • “Accidents and Injuries in International Air Law: The Clash of the Titans”, XXXIV Annals of Air & Space Law 285-310 (2009); republished in the Korean Journal of International Law 235-70 (2009).

Ram Jakhu

  • “International Safety Regulations and Standards for Space Travel and Commerce” in Journal of British Interplanetary Society, August 2009, Vol. 62, pp. 294-302, (with Dr. Joseph N. Pelton)
  • “Space Security and Competition for Radio Frequencies and Geostationary Slots”, 58 Zeitschrift Für Luft-und Weltraumrecht, 2009, pp. 74-93. (with Karan Singh)
  • “The case for enhanced India-Canada space cooperation”, 25 Space Policy, January 2009, pp. 9-19.

2008

Paul Dempsey

  • “The Financial Performance of the Airline Industry Post-Deregulation”, 45 HOUSTON LAW REVIEW 421-85 (2008).
  • “The Evolution of Air Transport Agreements”, XXXIII Annals of Air & Space Law 127-230 (2008).
  • “The Evolution of US Space Policy”, XXXIII Annals of Air & Space Law 324-43 (2008).
  • “Privacy Issues with the Use of Smart Cards”, TCRP Legal Research Digest 25 (April 2008).
  • “Theory and Law of Airport Revenue Diversion,” ACRP Legal Research Digest 2 (May 2008).

Ram Jakhu

  • “The Role of Private Actors: Commercial Development of the Outer Space Resources, Including Those of the Moon and other Celestial Bodies: Economic and Legal Implications,” 6 Astropolitics, (2008), pp. 201-250 (with Maria Buzdugan)

2007

Paul Dempsey

  • “Blacklisting: Banning the Unfit from the Heavens”, XXXII Annals of Air & Space Law 29-64 (2007).

2006

Paul Dempsey

  • “Governance of Commercialized Air Navigation Services”, XXXI Annals of Air & Space Law 213-347 (2006) (with Janda, Nyampong, Saba and Wilson).
  • “Nationality Requirements and Cabotage Restrictions in International Aviation: Sovereignty Won and Sovereignty Lost”, 20 Studies in Air & Space Law 129-51 (2006).

Ram Jakhu

  • “Legal Issues Relating to the Global Public Interest in Outer Space”, 32 Journal of Space Law, 2006, pp. 31-110.

2005

Ram Jakhu

  • “Implementing Global Public Interest in Information Society”, 2005, 18.1 Revue québécoise de droit international, Vol. 18.1, pp. 172 -184
  • "Twenty Years of the Moon Agreement: Space Law Challenges for Returning to the Moon”, 54 Zeitschrift Für Luft-und Weltraumrecht, 2005, pp. 243 et seq.
  • “Implementing Global Public Interest in Information Society” Revue Quebecoise de droit International, 2005.
  • “Regulation of Space Activities in Canada” published in the Proceedings of the 48th Colloquium of the Law of Outer Space held in Fukuoka, Japan, in October 2005.
  • “Legal Aspects of Radio Spectrum Utilization for Space Service” published in the Proceedings of the Forum on Air & Space Law on the theme of aviation and space: are the skies brightening? Organized by ABA and McGill Institute of Air & Space Law, in Montreal, Canada, on 30 September – 1 October, 2005.
  • “Commentary Paper on ‘Space-Based Telecommunications Including Tele-Education & Tele-Medicine: Implications to the Area of Space Law’”, in Proceedings of the ISRO-IISL Space Law Conference 2005 : Bringing Space Benefits to the Asian Region, held on 26-29 June 2005 in Bangalore, India, pp. 4.33 et seq.
  • “Policy and Legal Aspects of the Space Launching Sites on Korea”, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Space Launch Infrastructure, May 6-7, 2005, Goheung County, Jeonnam, Korea.
  • “Implementing Global Public Interest in Information Society” Revue Quebecoise de droit International, 2005.
  • “Twenty Years of the Moon Agreement: Space Law Challenges for Returning to the Moon”, 54 Zeitschrift Für Luft-und Weltraumrecht, 2005.

Michael Milde

  • "Legal regulation of aviation safety and security" in Hankuk Aviation University "New International Air and Space Legal Order", pp. 16-34
  • "Three Decisions", Annals XXXI, p. 465-470
  • "The ICAO directors general of civil aviation Conference on global strategy for aviation safety", Annals XXXI, pp. 475-49

2004

Michael Milde

  • Aviation Safety and Security - Legal Management, Annals of Air and Space Law, Vol XXIX (2004), pp. 4-18
  • Chicago Convention at Sixty - Stagnation or Renaissance?, Association Suisse de Droit Aérien et Spatial BULLETIN, 1/2004, Nr. 136, pp.9-35
  • Chicago Convention at Sixty - Stagnation or Renaissance?, Annals of Air and Space Law, Vol. XXIX, pp. 443-471

Paul Dempsey

  • “Compliance & Enforcement in International Law: Achieving Global Uniformity in Aviation Security”, 30 North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation 1-74 (2004) (lead article).
  • “Carrier Liability for Loss & Damage of International Air Freight: Plaintiffs’ and Defendants’ Elements of Proof”, XXIX Annals of Air & Space Law 91-145 (2004).
  • “Flights of Fancy and Fights of Fury: Arbitration and Adjudication of Commercial and Political Disputes in International Aviation”, 32 Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law 231-305 (2004).
  • “Air Cargo Liability and Baggage Liability and the Tower of Babel” , 36 George Washington International Law Review 239-308 (2004).

Ram Jakhu

  • “Challenges in Regulating Satellite Telecommunications in the Early 21st Century”, XXVIII Annals of Air and Space Law, 2004, pp. 281 et seq.

Richard Janda

Peter Van Fenema

  • Export controls and satellite launches: what’s new?, Proceedings of the 46th Colloquium on the law of outer space, IISL (Bremen 29 September-3 October 2003), AIAA, USA, pp. (2004)
  • The Bremen IISL Space Law Colloquium, Conference Report, Air & Space Law, Vol. XXIX/1, pp. 59-66 (February 2004)

John Saba

  • “Air Commerce and the Law: A Book Review,” Annals of Air and Space Law, Vol. XXIX, 2004, pp. 539-541.

Francis Schubert

  • "Legal Barriers to a Safety Culture in Aviation", Annals of Air and Space Law, McGill University, Montreal, vol. XXIX, 2004, pp 19 – 66.

2003

Paul Dempsey

  • “Aviation Security: The Role of Law in the War against Terrorism” , 41 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 649-733 (2003).
  • “Transportation: A Legal History”, 30 Transportation Law Journal 235-366 (2003).
  • “The Cyclical Crisis in Commercial Aviation: Causes and Potential Cures,” 28 Annals of Air & Space Law 1-17 (2003), reprinted in Transportation Lawyer 30 (July 2003).
  • “Privatization of the Air: Government Liability for Privatized Air Traffic Services,” 28 Annals of Air & Space Law 95-119 (2003).
  • “Tug of War: The Conflict between the European Union and Its Member States Over Bilateral Air Transport Agreements”, Transportation Lawyer 26 (Apr. 2003), and 18 International Law Quarterly 14 (Spring 2003).

Ram Jakhu

  • “International Law Regarding the Acquisition and Dissemination of Satellite Imagery”, Vol. 29 (No. 1 &2), Journal of Space Law, 2003, pp. 65 et seq.

Peter Van Fenema

  • The Registration Convention, presentation First UN Workshop on Space Law, The Hague, Netherlands, 18-21 November 2002, Proceedings United Nations/International Institute of Air and Space Law Workshop on Capacity Building in Space Law, Office for Outer Space Affairs, UN Office at Vienna, ST/SPACE/14, United Nations, New York (2003)
  • www.oosa.unvienna.org/SAP/act2002/space law/presentations/index.html (2003)

John Saba

  • “Worldwide Safe Flight: Will the International Financial Facility for Aviation Safety Help It Happen?”Journal of Air Law and Commerce, Vol.68, 2003, pp.537-581.
  • “The Credibility of the International Financial Facility for Aviation Safety in an Environment where Security and Survival are Air Transport Priorities,” Transportation Law Journal, Vol. 31, 2003, pp. 1-34.

Francis Schubert

  • "Air Navigation Services Liability in the Single European Sky", Annals of Air and Space Law, McGill University, Montreal, vol. XXVIII, 2003, pp. 57 - 95.
  • "The Financing of Cross Border Air Traffic Services – A Legal Perspective", Annals of Air and Space Law, McGill University, Montreal, vol. XXVIII, 2003, pp. 121 – 149.
  • "The Single European Sky – Controversial Aspects of Cross-Border Service Provision", Air & Space Law, vol. XXVIII, N° 1, February 2003, pp. 32 - 49.

Rod Margo

  • War Risk Insurance in the Aftermath of September 11, 18 Air & Space Lawyer 1 (2003)

2002

Paul Dempsey

  • “Local Airport Regulation: The Constitutional Tension between Police Power, Preemption & Takings”, 11 Penn State Environmental Law Review 1-43 (2002).
  • “Carving the World into Fiefdoms: The Anticompetitive Future of Commercial Aviation”, 27 Annals of Air & Space Law 247-304 (2002).
  • “Predatory Pricing & Monopolization in the Airline Industry: A Case Study of Minneapolis/St. Paul”, 29 Transportation Law Journal 129-87 (2002).
  • “Airline and Airport Security: Law as a Deterrent to Aerial Terrorism”, 27 Annals of Air & Space Law 167-246 (2002).
  • “Predation, Competition & Antitrust Law: Turbulence in the Airline Industry,” 67 Journal of Air Law & Commerce 685-840 (2002).
  • “Metropolitan Planning Organizations: Findings and Recommendations for Improving Transportation Planning”, 32 Publius: The Journal of Federalism 87 (2002) (with Professors Andrew Goetz & Carl Larson).

Ram Jakhu

  • “Legal Aspects of Space Tourism” (with Raja Bhattacharya), Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space, 2002.
  • “Larger Access and New Services to the Rural Areas in Canada and India”, (with Dr. Lachapelle and Prof. Manikutty), Proceedings of the Conference on Switching to High Growth: Issues in Policy and Regulation in the Indian Telecom Sector, 2002.
  • “Space Law and the Developing Countries”, in Proceedings of the IV Space Conference of the Americas, 14-17 May 2002.

Richard Janda

  • GATS Regulatory Disciplines Meet Global Public Goods: The Case of Maritime and Aviation Services, (2002) 3 Journal of Network Industries 335-364.
  • China’s Great Leap of Faith: Telecommunications and Financial Services Commitments, with Men Jing, in S. Ostry A. Alexandroff and R. Gomez, China and the Long March to Global Trade, New York: Routledge, 2002.

Ludwig Weber

  • “ICAO Legal Bureau”, paper delivered at the Fourteenth ICAO Orientation Course, Montreal, 3 December 2002.

Peter Van Fenema

  • Launch services and satellite export controls: recent developments in the U.S., ‘Project 2001’ – Legal Framework for the Commercial Use of Outer Space, Carl Heymanns Verlag, pp. 121-126 (2002)
  • The Unidroit space protocol, the concept of ‘launching state’, space traffic management and the delimitation of outer space – the 41st Session of the UNCOPUOS Legal Subcommittee, Vienna, 2-12 April 2002, Report, Air & Space Law, Vol. XXVII/4/5, pp. 266-279 (September 2002)
  • Airline ownership and control: long and short term approaches to a trade barrier, European Air Law Association, thirteenth annual conference, Zurich 9 November 2001, EALA Conference Papers, vol. 17, Dagtoglou Ed., Netherlands, pp 121-127 (2002)
  • National ownership and control provisions remain serious obstacles to airline mergers, ICAO Journal Vol. 57, No. 9, pp. 7-9, 24-26 (November/December 2002)

John Saba

  • “Aviation Safety in Crisis: The Option of the International Financial Facility for Aviation Safety (IFFAS),” Transportation Law Journal, Vol. 30, 2002, pp. 1-52.

Francis Schubert

  • "Pilots or Controllers – Who's Liable in a Free Flight Environment?", Avionics Magazine, Potomac, USA, February 2002.

Rod Margo

• 11 September, 2001 - An Aviation Insurance Perspective, 27 Air & Space Law 386 (2002).

2001

Michael Milde

  • Annals of Air and Space Law, Vol. XXVI - 2001 - as Editor-in-Chief and author of a substantive article
  • “Aviation Safety Oversight: Audits and the Law”, Annals of Air and Space Law, Vol. XXVI (2001), pp. 165-177
  • “Unruly Passengers and the Law”, SAA Review, December 2000 (appeared in March 2001), pp. 3-4
  • “Aeronautical Incidents and International Law”, The Air & Space Lawyer, Vol. 16, No.2, Fall 2001, pp. 1-16

Prof. Dempsey

  • “Airport Landing Slots: Barriers to Entry and Impediments to Competition,” 16 Air & Space Law 20-48 (2001).
  • “Competition in the Air: European Union Regulation of Commercial Aviation” , 66 Journal of Air Law & Commerce 979-1153 (2001).

Ram Jakhu

  • “Safeguarding the Concept of Public Service and the Global Public Interest in Telecommunications”, 5(1) Singapore Journal of International and Comparative Law, 2001, pp 71 et seq.
  • “An Analysis of the Indian Communication Convergence Bill (2001)” , Proceedings of the Conference on Convergence: Issues and Opportunities in the Indian Telecom Sector, 2001.

Richard Janda

  • Les cheminements sous-textuels et surdéterminés du raisonnement judiciaire: Les valeurs des femmes dans le discours des juges de la Cour suprême du Canada, dans G. Timsit (Dir.), Le raisonnement juridique, Paris, Presses de l'Université Paris I, 2001, pp. 127-164 (Co-auteurs: A. Lajoie, M.-C. Gervais, et É. Gélineau).

Peter Van Fenema

  • Open Skies: The experience in Europe and Strategic Alliances, Journal of Aviation Management 2001, Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, pp. 33-40 (2001)

Francis Schubert

  • "Pilots and Air Traffic Controllers - Allocating Legal Liabilities In a Free Flight Environment", Annals of Air and Space Law, McGill University, Montreal, vol. XXVII, 2001.

2000

Michael Milde

  • Annals of Air and Space Law, Vol. XXV - 2000 - as Editor-in-Chief and author of the Preface and Dedication.
  • “Aviation Law in the 21st century", Journal of Aviation Management 2000, Singapore, pp. 21-31
  • “Some question marks about the price of ‘Russian air’”, Zeitschrift fuer Luftrecht, Cologne 2000/2
  • “Unruly passengers and the law”, SAA Journal, Singapore 2000
  • “Military Aircraft in international air law”, Venezuela, Proceedings, 2000
  • “ICAO aviation safety oversight”, Venezuela, Proceedings 2000
  • “Air rage - legal responses”, Venezuela, Proceedings 2000

Paul Dempsey

  • “Predation in the Air: Competition and Antitrust Law in Commercial Aviation,” in International Deregulation and Privatization 123-189 (Christian Campbell, ed., Transnational 2000).
  • “The Law of Intermodal Transportation: What It Was, What It Is, What It Should Be,” 27 Transportation Law Journal 367-417 (2000).
  • “Trade & Transport Policy in Inclement Skies – The Conflict between Sustainable Air Transportation and Neo-Classical Economics,” 65 Journal of Air Law & Commerce 639-693 (2000).
  • “Symposium on Intermodal Transportation: Introduction,” 27 Transportation Law Journal 295 (2000) (with Professor Joseph Szyliowicz).)

Ram Jakhu

  • “The New United States Export Control Regime: Its Impact on the Communications Satellite Industry”, XXV Annals of Air and Space Law, 2000, pp. 157 et seq. (with Joseph Wilson)
  • “International Regulatory Aspects of Radio Spectrum Management (Implications for Developing Countries like India)”, Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Workshop Held at the Indian Institute of Management, 2000, pp. 82 et seq.
  • “International Regulation of Radio Frequencies for Space Services” , Proceedings of the Workshop on Telecommunications: Project 2001, 2000.
  • “External Pressures for Reforms of National Telecom Regulatory Frameworks” , Proceedings of the Conference on Telecommunications and the Law, held on 13 April 2000, in Caracas, Venezuela.
  • “Emerging Legal Issues of Satellite Telecommunications and Broadcasting”, Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space, 2000.

Richard Janda

  • Flirting with the Devil while Doing God’s Work, in Between State and Market: Essays on Charities Law and Policy in Canada (Jim Philips, Bruce Chapman, and David Stevens eds.) Montreal: McGill-Queen’s Press, 2000 (with Cara Cameron, Charles-Maxime Panaccio and Andrée Lajoie).
  • La majorité marginalisée : le trajet des valeurs des femmes vers le forum judiciare et leur intégration dans le discours de la Cour suprême (2000) 34 Revue juridique Thémis 563-607 (with Andrée Lajoie, Marie-Claude Gervais, and Éric Gélinas)

Donald Bunker

  • "Aircraft Wet Leasing: The Perils and the Benefits", 25 Annals of Air & Space Law 67-82 (2000).

Peter Van Fenema

  • International competition in the field of launch services – Bilateral launch trade agreements and export controls, Proceedings 9th ECSL Summer Course on Space Law and Policy, University of Cologne, Jul-Aug 2000, Germany, pp. 146-153 (2000)
  • Ownership and Control, Report of the Think Tank, World Aviation Regulatory Monitor 2000, IATA (Government & Industry Affairs Department), Geneva, pp. 68 (2000)

Francis Schubert

  • "The Creation of the Single European Sky - The Shrinking Concept of Sovereignty?", Annals of Air and Space Law, McGill University, Montreal, vol. XXV, 2000, pp. 239 - 262.

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