We are pleased to invite you to our upcoming virtual Tressler Talk:
Navigating the Skies - Legal and Regulatory Challenges in Advanced Air Mobility
Thursday, November 2, 2023
2:00pm-3:00pm CT Webinar
Imagine hailing an airplane as easily as hailing a cab and soaring above traffic congestion with ease. The possibility of on-demand aviation—often referred to as Advanced Air Mobility (AAM)—is on the horizon. Join us for this complimentary webinar as we explore the challenges and opportunities in shaping the future of AAM while ensuring safety, sustainability and equitable access for all—above the clouds, but under the law.
We hope you can join us! All are welcome.Register Now: https://cvent.me/LNBlBD
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Meet Our Speakers:
Jennifer S. Perdigao
Partner and Co-Chair of Transportation Practice at Tressler LLP
Jennifer is a partner and Co-Chair of the Litigation and Transportation Practice Group. Her practice includes insurance coverage and defense as well as non-insurance advisory matters. Jennifer’s insurance coverage experience includes insurance coverage analysis and insurance litigation involving commercial general liability, aviation operations, personal and advertising injury, construction defects, environmental coverage and professional lines.
Jennifer’s defense litigation experience involves a wide range of matters including the defense of wrongful death, personal injury and property damage claims arising out of premises, aviation accidents, airport operations, motor vehicle accidents and products liability. Outside the insurance context, Jennifer provides counseling in connection with FAR compliance, risk management and aviation contracts. Jennifer has training and experience with employment law matters including FEHA claims and wage and hour matters.
Timothy M. Ravich
Senior Counsel at Tressler LLP
Tim is senior counsel at Tressler. He concentrates his practice in the areas of aviation, product and general civil litigation. Recognized as one of only 50 lawyers qualified as a Board-Certified Expert in the area of aviation law, Tim specializes in transactional and regulatory matters related to the ownership, maintenance and utilization of aircraft, airports and airspace.
Tim provides legal representation to a diverse range of clients in the aviation industry, covering a wide spectrum of matters. His clientele has included operators from both commercial and general aviation sectors, including Part 121 and 135 carriers. He has also worked with aircraft and engine original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) companies, airmen and aviation insurers. Tim has counseled and advocated for clients on various issues, from matters related to the purchase, sale and utilization of aircraft under international law, such as the Cape Town Convention, to airport law, accident litigation and passenger claims arising under the Airline Deregulation Act, Montreal and Warsaw Conventions, Title 49 U.S.C. and Part 14 C.F.R. He also has provided expert testimony and advised public and private sector clients, including U.S. presidential campaigns, members of the United States Congress, local, state and international governments, law firms, airlines, aircraft manufacturers and operators and airmen.