Plane-ly Spoken

Insightful commentary on regulation and litigation impacting the aviation industry

Counter-drone technology is being developed and deployed by governmental agencies at an increasing rate.  In light of this, the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure and its Subcommittee on Aviation requested that the Department of Transportation Inspector General (IG) examine how the FAA has been handling these developments and the potential impact counter-drone technology might

Time is running out if you want to attend our 16th Annual Aviation Symposium. The fully virtual event is set to take off Tuesday, Feb 1.
Please register today to enjoy:

  • A magical appearance by world famous illusionist David Copperfield
  • A keynote address by The Honorable Jennifer Homendy, NTSB Chair
  • A discussion led by Andrew

Manifest Update: AveloCEO Joins Roster of Symposium Speakers
February 1-3, 2022
As we near our destination, we want to make sure you have everything you need for a smooth landing at the Symposium.
View and download our updated agenda, which now features Andrew Levy, founder, chairman and CEO of Avelo Airlines, who will lead

December 9, 2021 – 1 PM EST
The aviation industry has been among the hardest hit by COVID-19. Months before the first shutdown, quarantine laws were disrupting international air cargo shipments and air travel. As government lockdowns spread, the aviation industry’s challenges prompted one of the largest government rescue packages in history.

We are thrilled to announce that our 16th annual Aviation Symposium will be held in person in February at The Ritz-Carlton, Pentagon City.
As always, the symposium will feature panels and presentations on cutting-edge issues impacting the aviation industry. Our keynote address by NTSB Chair Jennifer Homendy will offer a rare opportunity for insights

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, people have wondered how the courts will handle the inevitable lawsuits by employees and customers alleging that a business negligently exposed them to infection.  Enough time has now passed that we are beginning to see some of the cases reach a resolution, and it appears that, overall, employers

Fox Rothschild’s 16th Annual Aviation Symposium is preparing for takeoff.
While our 2021 DOT was fully remote, we’re planning to convene in person in 2022. Join us in February for a three-day event filled with ample networking opportunities and outstanding educational content.
Participants can expect a few surprises waiting in the wings, too.

We would like to thank everyone who was able to join us for the live presentation of our webinar, “No Vaccine? . . . No Job? Everything Business & Private Aviation Operators Need to Know About COVID-19” 
We are gratified by the huge turnout and positive feedback we have received.
For those of you who