Robert A. Clifford has co-authored a chapter on aviation law for the Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts, Fifth Edition.
The Thomson Reuters law book, a distinguished library staple for litigators and a widely-recognized source, is a joint venture with the American Bar Association Section of Litigation. Bob’s chapter on aviation litigation provides a resource that details the complexities of aviation laws and regulations and the subsequent processes to appropriately handle litigation derived from his decades of experience working some of the most major global commercial airline crashes.
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