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Major Court Ruling in Boeing Criminal Litigation

Major Court Ruling in Boeing Criminal Litigation; Boeing to be Arraigned Next Week on Criminal Charges Related to Aviation Crashes; Families will be Attending A Texas federal judge this afternoon (Thursday, Jan. 19, 2023) ruled that Boeing must report next Thursday, Jan. 26, 2023, in a Texas courtroom to be arraigned on federal criminal charges in the deaths of the 346 who were killed in...
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Clifford Law Offices Team Travels to Israel and Africa Working on Boeing Crash Cases

Robert A. Clifford and Kevin P. Durkin, partners at Clifford Law Offices in Chicago, are in Tel Aviv, Israel, working on the cases involving the crash of a Boeing 737 MAX in Ethiopia in 2019. Clifford, founder and senior partner at the firm and Lead Counsel of the litigation against Boeing in federal district court in Chicago, are traveling around the world taking depositions of...
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FAA Announces New Safety Rules Long Sought by Boeing Crash Victims’ Families

On September 7, 2022, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) introduced new rules that ensure the independence of safety inspectors hired by airline companies such as Boeing. Under the Certification, Safety, and Accountability Act engineers can be hired by companies through Organization Designation Authorization (ODA) to supplement government resources. In the past, these engineers have faced pressure from large companies despite having the task of carrying...
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Boeing Agrees to Pay $200 Million SEC Fine for Misleading Public About Known Defective 737 MAX Aircraft

Boeing Agrees to Pay $200 Million SEC Fine for Misleading Public About Known Defective 737 MAX Aircraft; Lead Plaintiffs’ Counsel Robert Clifford Calls for Full Investigation to Determine if Actions Rose to the Level of Criminal Conduct Aircraft giant Boeing agreed Thursday, Sept. 22, 2022, to pay a hefty $200 million in fines for misleading the public about the safety of its 737 MAX aircraft...
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Families of Victims of 737 Boeing Max Plane Crash to Mark Third-Year Anniversary in Protest in Toronto, Canada, and at Boeing HQ in Chicago Thursday March 10th — Zoom Press Conference at 11:30am Central

The families of the victims who were killed in the March 10, 2019 plane crash of a Boeing 737 MAX in Ethiopia gather Thursday, March 10th, 2022 in two countries to try to continue to hold Boeing responsible for the deaths of all 157 on board and to bring attention to a bill recently introduced in the Illinois legislature. After the in-person Chicago event concludes...
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