Aviation Safety after the B737 MAX Case
The Institute of Air and Space Law cordially invites you to the 2nd installment of its “Law in a Rapidly Evolving Aviation Industry” webinar series, which will take place on Zoom.
The B737 MAX accidents, the ensuing congressional investigations and the consequent lawsuits have had a major impact on aircraft airworthiness certification and on aviation safety, not only in the US but also globally. The webinar will examine the related issues, including the ways in which the B737 MAX case may contribute to improve aviation safety in the future.
We are pleased to welcome John Maris and Tommaso Sgobba, followed by comments from Bryan DeCouto. Discussion and a Q&A session will conclude the webinar.
Professor Ludwig Weber will moderate the panel and Ms Maria Manoli will open the session.
Attendance is free of charge and registration is not required. For more information on the webinar, kindly write to maria.manoli [at] mail.mcgill.ca (Maria Manoli), IASL Executive Director.
Eligible for inclusion as 2 hours of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) as self-reported by members of the Quebec Bar.
We thank Alicanto, the International Association of Aviation and Aerospace Education, for its support of the series.