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Arnold & Porter
May the government use a broad discovery request to expand the scope of its claim? The Court of Federal Claims answered this question in the negative in its latest decision in Sikorsky Aircraft...
Quadrant Chambers
In an extensive Judgment of over 200 pages, Mr Justice Henshaw rejected jurisdiction challenges brought by the Defendant international reinsurers on the basis of Russian exclusive jurisdiction clauses (EJCs).
Ensuring the airworthiness of aircraft is becoming an increasingly difficult challenge.
Milbank LLP
Launch services start-up Phantom Space Corporation closed a bridge round of undisclosed value, led by Balerion Space Ventures, to fund continued development of its satellites and launch vehicle.
When chatbots promise refunds are companies on the hook? Air Canada recently learned firsthand how chatbot legal issues can send a company to court.
Alvarez & Marsal
The Aerospace, Defense, Aviation & Space industry is currently navigating a complex path to recovery in the aftermath of global market disruptions and under the influence of political...
Holland & Knight
Welcome back to Holland & Knight's monthly defense news update. We are pleased to bring you the latest in defense policy, regulatory updates and other significant developments.
With no end in sight, how can defense contractors apply lessons learned from the past two years in Ukraine to best support the Warfighter in 2024 and beyond?
Butler Snow LLP
The year is 2033. It's thirty minutes past noon, and you just remembered that today is your aunt's birthday. Unfortunately, she lives about 100 miles away in a rural area.
Gray Reed & McGraw LLP
NASA's Exploration Park development has taken another step forward. The American Center for Manufacturing and Innovation (ACMI) and its ACMI Properties affiliate have agreed...
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
We are excited to announce the latest edition of Akin's Space Law, Regulation and Policy Update, our newsletter focused on global space policy.
Holland & Knight
The IRS announced a new campaign to audit high-net-worth taxpayers claiming business deductions for the use of private jets. Using some of the $80 million...
Wiley Rein
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Winston & Strawn LLP
Historically, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has fiercely pursued companies for misapplication of the Internal Revenue Code (Code) to purported personal use of the company's owned or chartered aircraft by employees and directors.
Jones Day
On February 16, 2024, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration ("FAA") issued an airplane fuel efficiency final rule, which implements reduced CO2 emissions standards into the FAA's aircraft certification rules.
The global commercial helicopter market is regaining altitude after a prolonged period of turbulence. In sectors like oil and gas, there are increasing demands for offshore transport capacity.
Milbank LLP
February 2 – Moon resource extraction start-up Interlune Corp. (Interlune) raised $15.5m in new funding and aims to raise an additional $2m, according to disclosures...
Barnes & Thornburg
The IRS recently issued a news release announcing a special enforcement emphasis on corporate jet usage, including those owned by high-income individuals.
Greenberg Traurig, LLP
On Feb. 21, 2024, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced it would begin auditing the use of business aircraft "by large corporations, large partnerships, and high-income taxpayers and whether
Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP
San Diego, Calif. (March 12, 2024) - In Zephyrus Aviation Capital, LLC, et al vs. Berkshire Hathaway International Insurance Limited, et al., Case No. CACE-23002230...
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