Aviation LawSteven R. Pounian and Justin T. Green, New York Law Journal
General Personal Jurisdiction in Aviation Cases After 'Daimler'
Aviation Law columnists Steven R. Pounian and Justin T. Green write: A typical aviation accident case may involve a crash in one jurisdiction, a pilot from a second, passengers from a third, an aircraft maintenance outfit from a fourth and an aircraft manufacturer from a fifth. Even before 'Daimler' it was frequently impossible to join all defendants in one action, but post-Daimler aviation cases invariably require plaintiffs to file multiple "protective actions" to guard against jurisdictional dismissals.
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