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“Will Boeing’s Recent Move to Chicago Mean More Airliner Crash Cases Will Be Litigated There?”

April 1, 2003
Document: Will Boeing’s Move to Chicago Mean More Commercial Airliner Crash Cases Will Be Litigated There?

By David Rapoport and Keith Jacobson

While its safety record is excellent, Boeing has historically been named as a defendant in commercial air disaster litigation and it is likely to be named in such cases in the future. This 2003 article, published in Issues in Aviation Law and Policy, explores how air disaster plaintiffs and their attorneys decide where to file their cases, and whether Boeing’s move to Chicago will result in more commercial air disaster cases being litigated there.

“Will Boeing’s Recent Move to Chicago Mean That More Commercial Airliner Crash Cases Will Be Litigated There?”
Article published 2003, CCH INCORPORATED. All Rights Reserved. Reprinted with permission from “Issues in Aviation Law and Policy.”

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