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Courts Continue to Reaffirm Preemptive Effect of Statute Protecting Aircraft Lessors

A decision out of the U.S. District Court for the District of Hawaii joins a growing list of holdings reaffirming the proposition that an owner, lessor or secured party not in actual possession or control of an aircraft is...more

Court Reaffirms Preemptive Effect of Statute Protecting Aircraft Lessors

The District Court for the Northern Mariana Islands has reaffirmed the proposition that an aircraft lessor is shielded from liability for injuries to persons on board an accident aircraft when the lessor is not in possession...more

Courts Consider "Airworthiness" Requirement and "As Is Where Is" Disclaimer

Courts continue to analyze the term "airworthy" and its implications. Recently, a District Court in the Western District of Tennessee weighed in on the scope of the term "airworthy" and its sometimes complicated relationship...more

District Court Evaluates Express Warranty of "Airworthiness" - Texas Court Determines That "Airworthy" Is an Unambiguous Term That...

In Luig v. North Bay Enterprises, Inc., a Texas District Court recently considered a seller's obligation to deliver an "airworthy" aircraft in the context of an aircraft purchase agreement that also contained an "as is"...more

Second Circuit Considers "No Oral Modification" Clause in Helicopter Contract - The Court Examined Exceptions to "No Oral...

The Second Circuit recently issued a summary decision concerning the scope of a "no oral modification" clause in contracts governing the sale of helicopters. The underlying dispute involved three separate helicopter purchase...more

New York's Highest Court Affirms Contractual Right to Select New York Law to Govern Transactions Without Nexus to the State

In a case of first impression, the New York Court of Appeals has held that a court need not undertake a conflicts-of-laws analysis when there is an express choice of New York law in a contract pursuant to New York General...more

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