Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Autumn 2013 Issue of IALP

The Volume 13, Autumn 2013 issue of the International Aviation Law Institute's journal, Issues in Aviation Law and Policy (IALP) will be available soon. Highlights include a lead commentary from Ruwantissa Abeyratne, recently retired from years of service to ICAO, which provides an unsparing critique of the organization and recommendations for areas in which it can better serve international aviation going forward. Additionally, this issue contains one of the earliest published analyses of the DOJ's challenge to the AMR/US Airways merger and a rare English-language article on  the development of civil aviation policy in Kosovo. The full table of contents is as follows:


Ruwantissa Abeyratne, Reinventing ICAO’s Role in Economic Regulation – A Compelling Need


John Q. Mulligan, The End of Prosecutorial Discretion for Airlines: The DOJ’s Challenge to the AMR/US Airways Merger

Nithya Narayanan, Unwinding the Vicious Loop of Aircraft Finance Leases

Jeffrey J. Immel, The Montreal Convention and Recovery for Free-Standing Emotional Distress Under Article 17

P. Paul Fitzgerald, In Search of Greener Commercial Aviation

Md. Tanveer Ahmad, The CJEU’s Radical ETS Judgment: Destabilizing the Chicago Convention System

Eset Berisha, At the Boundaries of the Chicago Convention – ICAO’s Role in Civil Aviation Affairs in Kosovo

Daniel Friedenzohn, Delayed Flights and Delayed Action: The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Tarmac Delay Regulations and Their Impact on Air Travel

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