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CBA Air and Space Law Section

CBA Air and Space Law Section articles are published under the banner Altitudes. Members interested in posting articles are encouraged to send them to the Section’s editor.

Editor: Tae Mee Park

Today
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TATC Appeal Panel decision: Judicial review

  • October 01, 2013
  • Carlos Martins

Does a corporate jet flying clients solely at the discretion of the airplane’s owner constitute a publicly available air service? Depends on who you ask, writes Carlos Martins.

Air & Space Law

Welcome to the neighbourhood

  • March 01, 2013
  • Joe Fiorante, Q.C.

Joe Fiorante, Q.C. of Camp Fiorante Matthews Mogerman in Vancouver, takes a look at a case of Chadwick v. Canada, the first to closely closely analyze the potential tort liability of Transport Canada in the post-Cooper era.

Air & Space Law

Strong exclusivity upheld

  • March 01, 2013
  • Prepared by the firm Bersenas Jacobsen Chouest Thomson Blackburn LLP

Air Canada v. Thibodeau places Canada clearly in the mainstream of international jurisprudence on the issue of exclusivity, writes a team from the firm of Bersenas Jacobsen Chouest Thomson Blackburn LLP.

Air & Space Law

Cape Town update

  • March 01, 2013
  • CBA

The CBA makes a submission to government in support of Bill C-45, Part 4, Division 20 – International Interests in Mobile Equipment (aircraft equipment) Act.

Air & Space Law

An international aviation lawyer’s career

  • March 01, 2013
  • Gilles Lauzon Q.C.

Gilles Lauzon talks about his long career in aviation law, beginning with his acceptance of a job with IATA in Geneva, ending with chairmanship of the IACO, and many high points in between.

Air & Space Law