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This program was recorded on April 26, 2018
This course will cover the various components of aviation law. Aviation Law is a highly specialized area of law and we will discuss the regulatory framework within. From the pilot to purchase and sell of the aircraft, we will touch on important facets of aviation law that will help you with avoid mistakes and learn the industry so you can represent your client well!
Before forming Aviation Legal Counsel, Mr. Owens spent over ten years focused on aviation related legal matters with boutique firms. Mr. Owens has acted as counsel in the purchase and sale of hundreds of aircraft transactions ranging from experimental home-built aircraft to Gulfstream 550 aircraft. Mr. Owens has worked with every major manufacturer of turbine powered corporate aircraft. Mr. Owens has also been involved in the merger and acquisition of many aviation related businesses. Mr. Owens practice concentrates on aircraft and aviation related transactions, cross-border transactions, airman defense before the FAA and Department of Transportation, airport real estate and land use, and civil litigation. Mr. Owens formed Aviation Legal Counsel in 2017.
2 General Credits
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- Intro to Aviation Law
- Regulatory framework
- Commercial v Private
- regulating agencies
- An Airman
- Why is this Important
- The Pilot
- General Requirements
- Common regulatory and enforcement considerations
- Avoid issues with FAA
- Enforcement action response
- Buy or sell
- Registration with US Registry
- Purchase and Sale agreements
- New Developments
- Commercial v Private