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Jones Day's Dean Griffith, John Goetz and Jennifer Yeung, discuss how air cargo carriers can navigate liability claims

February 2018

Jones Day's Dean Griffith, John Goetz, and Jennifer Yeung discuss the various ways air cargo carriers can be potentially held liable for damages during operations in an article entitled "Treaty, Regulatory, and Common Law – Liability of Cargo Carriers: A Primer," published in January 2018 by Air Cargo Focus. In the article, the authors help air cargo carriers navigate the different bodes of laws and regulations to understand more completely when they might be liable, what they might be liable for, and which agency or body of law might govern.

Read "Treaty, Regulatory, and Common Law – Liability of Cargo Carriers: A Primer."

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