Anderson & Kreiger is pleased to participate in the Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA) 2019 Annual Conference on September 15 to 17th. The conference brings together airport legal professionals and consultants to identify and discuss the most pressing legal developments and issues associated with the airport industry.
Melissa Allison and Christina Marshall will address recent developments in airport litigation, including the United States Supreme Court’s denial of a writ of certiorari in a case challenging the City of Los Angeles’ right to require companies doing business at LAX to enter into “labor peace” agreements and cases filed nationwide, including by the Massachusetts Port Authority, concerning the regulation of app-based rental car operations at airports. Ms. Allison also will participate in an airport law roundtable discussion on issues including flight-sharing apps and ICE’s use of charter carriers to conduct deportation flights.
T.J. Roskelley will be discussing key issues emerging in airline use and lease agreements (AULAs) and other major airport agreements, including issues surrounding gates and circumstances under which airports should consider rewriting their major agreements.
Mina Makarious will participate on a panel entitled “Drone Detection and Mitigation: a Discussion of FAA’s May 2019 Guidance and the ACINA/AUVSI Blue Ribbon Task Force Interim Report,” which will provide an update on Counter-UAS strategies and legal issues for airports, focusing on recent guidance from FAA