AVIATION & BUSINESS LAW

AERLEX SUPPORTS SUSTAINABLE AVIATION FUELS; ATTEND SAF INDUSTRY WEBINAR SEPTEMBER 14-15

Posted by on Sep 9, 2020 in Articles, The Latest, Upcoming Events

“Flygskam” – do you know what it is? What it means? “Flygskam” is a word invented by a Swedish musician a few years ago and since embraced by some environmental activists. It means “flight shame.” Flygskam is a campaign intended to discourage air travel by focusing on the carbon footprint of jet aircraft. Aerlex Law Group, with its roots in environmentally conscious Southern California, understands the...

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Corporate Jet Investor Town Hall – Getting ready for The Fall – September 9, 2020

Posted by on Sep 3, 2020 in Articles, Upcoming Events

Corporate Jet Investor Town Hall Meetings Aerlex Law Group is proud to sponsor the upcoming Town Hall “Getting ready for The Fall.” The Town Hall meetings are a direct response to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. As you know, these are unprecedented times for business aviation. Featuring speakers from around the world, we invite you to join your community on the award winning Corporate Jet Investor Town Hall as a way of staying...

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Becoming a Prepared Buyer: Aircraft Acquisition

Posted by on Aug 31, 2020 in Articles, BusinessAir Magazine, The Latest

Becoming a Prepared Buyer: Aircraft Acquisition — Originally published in BusinessAir Magazine, August 2020, Volume 30, No. 8. As we continue to face the “new normal” of traveling during a pandemic, I have been inundated with calls from individuals and companies who are exploring the idea of whole aircraft ownership for the first time. For anyone in the market for an aircraft today or in the near future who would like to make the purchase and...

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Uber & Lyft: Employees or Independent Contractors?

Posted by on Aug 14, 2020 in Articles, Newsletters, The Latest

CALIFORNIA COURT UPHOLDS STATE STATUTE THAT FURTHER LIMITS INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR CLASSIFICATION Aerlex has kept our clients up to date on California’s ongoing legal scrum over the proper classification of workers between employee and independent contractor.  As we have been writing, the opportunities to classify workers as independent contractors continues to narrow.  This past week, a California trial judge in San Francisco continued this...

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Keeping the title clear on your Aircraft

Posted by on Aug 4, 2020 in Articles, BusinessAir Magazine, The Latest

Keeping the title clear on your Aircraft — Originally published in BusinessAir Magazine, July 2020, Volume 30, No. 7. As an aircraft owner, it is important to make sure the title to your aircraft remains clear. Unlike some other countries, in the United States we have an owner based registry where liens can be filed on the aircraft by anyone.  Since a notice of a lien can be sent to the FAA Civil Aviation Registry (the “Registry”) without the...

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