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Liability and claims handling have always been at the focus of attention for many aviation lawyers, be it in private practice, with airlines or insurers, manufacturers, airport operators, national governments and international organizations, or in academia.
The European Air Law Association (EALA) organized a seminar in Munich which provided an opportunity to discuss all aspects of this area of the law. This was particularly timely, as the most important and successful Warsaw System has, once again, become the target of reformatory energy and enthusiasm. The Japanese, IATA, ICAO, EU and ECAC initiatives are some of the highlights in this regard.
They were addressed by prominent speakers and discussed openly, asking: is the end of the century going to be the sunset for the Warsaw System?; what do the various initiatives mean for the future of the parties involved?; how are airlines, aerospace manufacturers, airport operators and their respective insurers affected?; will the practice of claims handling change?, and more.