June 11, 2013 - EAA and AOPA are pleased to present "Continuing Legal Education for Attorneys: Applying the Pilot's Bill of Rights to FAA Enforcement Cases" on Friday, August 2, at 10:30 a.m. during EAA AirVenture 2013.
The seminar is hosted by the EAA Legal Advisory Council, along with John and Kathy Yodice on behalf of the AOPA Legal Services Plan. Col. Stephen Woody, NTSB administrative law judge, is expected to attend and participate as well. The one-hour seminar complies with Continuing Legal Education (CLE) requirements in most states.
Among the topics covered:
- Provision of the PBOR notice
- Access to ATC data
- Application of rules of evidence
- Application of rules of procedure
- New appellate options
- Status of the NOTAM project
- Status of the medical application revisions
- Revised medical qualification standards
"The Pilot's Bill of Rights has changed the landscape for FAA enforcement cases, and this is a great opportunity to tap into the shared experiences of the LAC and the other attorneys who attend AirVenture," said Alan L. Farkas, chairman of the EAA Legal Advisory Council. "We're thrilled that John and Kathy Yodice will be joining us again."
The seminar is free of charge to those attending AirVenture. Interested attorneys can register or receive more information by contacting the EAA advocacy and safety office at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 920-426-6522.
EAA Legal Advisory Council attorneys are EAA members who volunteer their knowledge on behalf of the association and its members regarding legal issues of general interest and importance to keep us all safe and legal.