Air Rage: Choice of Law for Intentional Torts Occuring in Flight Over International Waters

Firak, Nancy Lee; Schmaltz, Kimberly A.
September 1999
Albany Law Review;1999, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
Focuses on which state or nation's law should apply in a suit by a flight attendant against a passenger regarding air rage. Definition of air rage; Causes of air rage; Prevention and statutory remedies for air rage; Scenarios of the choice of law issue.


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