Robert A. Clifford, senior partner at Clifford Law Offices, was quoted in The Wall Street Journal in the April 10, 2014 issue in an article that discussed the need for review of procedures following international plane crashes. In a story entitled, “MALAYSIA AIRLINES FLIGHT 370 PROBE PROMPTS REVIEW OF INVESTIGATION PROCEDURES IN PLANE CRASHES,” aviation reporter Andy Pasztor, reports on air safety officials reassessing long-established procedures in large commercial jet crashes. In light of the month-long probe into the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 and the conflicting reports coming from a number of different authorities in different countries, some air safety officials are calling for greater coordination of efforts as well. In speaking with Clifford, Pasztor wrote, “‘I keep hearing the talk about the need for changes,’ said Robert Clifford, a Chicago plaintiffs’ attorney who specializes in air-accident litigation. ‘There ought to be a better international process for greater coordination and oversight.'” To read about the current procedures that are in place and what others are saying about the latest on this issue.