75 J. Air L. & Com. [i] (2010)

handle is hein.journals/jalc75 and id is 1 raw text is: The Journal of Air Law and Commerce
VOLUME 75              WINTER 2010               NUMBER I
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ARTICLES
Call for a Congressional Inquiry Into
the Arbitrary and Capricious Decisions
of the National Transportation
Safety Board........................... Alan Armstrong   3
Is Lessor More? .................... ..... Roger W Clark  69
Thomas M. Richardson
DOHSA's Commercial Aviation Exception:
How Mass Airline Disasters Influenced
Congress on Compensation for Deaths
on  the High  Seas.......................... Stephen R. Ginger  137
Will S. Skinner
The Argument for Federal Legislation
Protecting the Confidentiality of
Aviation Safety Action Program
Information  ......................Christa Meyer Hinckley 161
Hays Hettinger
Jeremy E. juenger
CASE NOTES
Jurisdiction-Determining the Line
Between OCSLA and DOSHA-In an
Already Murky Area of the Law, the
Fifth Circuit Leaves Open More
Questions Than It Answers ........... Amy Cawthon Bellah  181
Bumping Passengers-Airline Service
That Just Doesn't Fly ..................  Aubrey B. Colvard  189

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