Columbus Bar Lawyer Quarterly wrote a review mentioning the aviation chapter Clifford co-authored.
“The Aviation chapter will introduce litigators to the complexities of aviation laws and regulations, assure attorneys that they can admit they are unable to give crash survivors and/or family members adequate counsel, and explain the investigative process of the NTSB and the litigation processes for crashes of either domestic or international flights.”
The review ends with:
“Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts is a resource that commercial litigators should consider for their private libraries. According to the authors, no other publication on commercial litigation in federal courts is available, making this a valuable resource. The 153 chapters are laid out in an orderly fashion so researchers can easily find the exact area of law they are interested in. Each chapter is full of valuable information, arranged logically with easy-to-understand language.”
To read the Lawyers Quarterly Special Winter Edition in its entirety, click here. It is on pages 28-29 of the magazine. To purchase the Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts, 4th Edition, click here.