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The Uniform Relocation Act Does Not Provide a Private Right of Action to Property Owners

On March 7th, a U.S. District Court sided with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on whether the Uniform Relocation Act (URA) provides private property owners with a private right of action: it does not. The Pacific...more

Airline Management Newsletter - February 2014

Ninth Circuit Upholds Strike Injunction Against Non-Union Employees - Executive Summary: The Ninth Circuit recently affirmed the decision of a federal trial court, which granted a strike injunction against...more

Court Sides With Federal Government Over Santa Monica Airport

As we reported last month, the United States of America and the Federal Aviation Administration had filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit brought by the City of Santa Monica in federal court seeking to confirm its alleged right...more

Fate of Santa Monica Airport Up To Federal Court

On October 31, 2013, the City of Santa Monica filed a complaint in federal court against the United States of America and the Federal Aviation Administration ("FAA") with the hope of confirming its alleged right to control...more

Infrastructure Alert - December 6, 2013

The American Road & Transportation Builders Association is forecasting that the U.S. transportation infrastructure construction market will grow by 5 percent from $129 billion in 2013 to $135 billion in 2014. ARTBA forecasts...more

Commercial Negotiations For Airport Services In The UK Spark A Reconsideration Of Airport Market Power: How Does Australia...

INTRODUCTION - In our August article on recent developments in airport regulation, we considered the United Kingdom (UK) Civil Aviation Authority’s (CAA) path to economic licencing of airports. To recap, the path is...more

Peotone Airport Legislation Contains Significant Changes To Property Tax Code

When Governor Quinn signed P.A. 98-109 into law, media reports focused on the legislation pushing forward a Peotone airport, but the 371 pages of legislation also contain a number of other changes. ...more

Sonoma County Settles Eminent Domain Lawsuit on Eve of Trial

The Press Democrat is reporting that Sonoma County has agreed to pay $815,000 to acquire by eminent domain a family's 6.5-acre property next to the Charles M. Schulz airport for a runway extension project, settling the...more

Competition and Regulation Update: Finance Lessons From The Regulation Of UK Airports - A Relevant Case Study For Australian...

INTRODUCTION - Since 2002 when price cap regulation at Australian capital city airports was abolished and replaced with lighthanded price monitoring by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC),...more

Claims of Providing Truthful Marketing Information to Airports Issuing Bids for Duty Free Shops Fails to Allege Actionable...

Conclusary allegations of parallel business conduct which are in the economic self-interest of the actor do not state an actionable antitrust claim. Duty Free Americas, Inc. v. The Estée Lauder Companies, Inc., Case O:...more

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Automated I-94 Process

All airports and seaports have implemented the new system as of May 21, 2013. U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has completed the process of automating Form I-94, the document issued to foreign nationals upon...more

Case Study: A Landmark in the History of U.S. Public-Private Partnerships

“The $2.6 billion deal to lease San Juan’s Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport to a private consortium is being watched by bankers and industry officials keen to import a business model that is widely used in Europe and...more

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