Michael S. Krzak, partner at Clifford Law Offices, has been invited as a faculty member to the annual American Bar Association (ABA) program, “A Global View: What’s New in Aviation and Space Law – Litigation in the U.S. and Abroad.”
Sponsored by the ABA Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section and the Aviation and Space Law Committee, the annual fall program includes a line up of speakers from around the country who concentrate their practice in aviation litigation.
Krzak has worked on the many aviation crash cases at the firm including the consolidated cases of 19 individuals who were victims of the crash at Schipol Airport in Amsterdam, five families who were killed in the crash at the Lexington, Kentucky airport, and five families who lost loved ones in the crash of an airliner near Buffalo, New York.
Michael G. McQuillen of Adler Murphy & McQuillen LLP of Chicago who represents defendants in air crash cases, also has been invited to speak on “Emerging Technology in Aviation and Legal Implications.” Krzak will be discussing the issue of mock trials and other jury research tools and what type works best for one’s case and budget.
The two-day conference will be held in Washington, D.C., Oct. 23-24 at the Ritz Carlton Hotel. To register or to find out more information on this program, call 312-988-5850 or visit the American Bar Association website. On site registration is accepted.