Leading Aviation Experts Focus On Coming Change In New CCH Journal
(RIVERWOODS, ILL., May 23, 2001) - CCH
INCORPORATED (CCH), a leading provider of business and regulatory law information, has
introduced a new journal covering emerging and pivotal topics in civil aviation as seen
through the eyes of top policy makers and industry leaders. CCH Issues in Aviation Law
and Policy covers both domestic and international aviation issues and provides expert
insight and stimulating debate on a wide range of legal, business and political trends.
($200. To order, or for more information, call 800-449-6435 or visit http://onlinestore.cch.com.)
"No other source delivers such insight to the important trends and developments in
aviation law," notes CCH Business and Finance Group Marketing Manager Sharon
Schlatterer. "Issues in Aviation Law and Policy takes aviation research beyond
traditional resources and provides sophisticated discussion of issues affecting and
influencing the future of business, government and social policy in civil aviation
Comprehensive Coverage of Crucial Aviation Issues
Designed to broaden awareness and discussion of aviation law trends in government,
business, research and academic communities, Issues in Aviation Law and Policy
examines the building market, regulatory and legislative forces that are thrusting the
airline industry into a new era.
Using a policy-driven approach led by Editor in Chief Governor Gerald L. Baliles, the
new reference covers a complete range of domestic and international aviation issues, with
informed and provocative debate.
Infrastructure concerns are the focus of the inaugural issue of Aviation Law and
Policy, with articles from industry leaders examining if statistics alone should be
used to drive air safety efforts; the long-term implications of closing the
infrastructure-demand gap; and the need for a new, privatized air traffic control
In future issues, subscribers will be kept apprised on what aviation movers and shakers
are planning in such areas as:
Alliances, Globalization, Antitrust
Regulatory Safety, Liability
Privatization of Air Traffic Control and Airports
International Agreements and Standards
Bilateral, Plurilateral and Multilateral Solutions Public and Private
Capacity, Safety, and the Environment
Cross-Border Airline Ownership
Environmental Concerns and Aviation Growth
While comprehensive in coverage, Issues in Aviation Law and Policy is structured
for ease of use. The main body of this loose-leaf reference is organized into broad
subject areas. An additional special tab division contains abstracts of each article,
making a quick but detailed review possible. Other research and finding aids, along with a
detailed topical index, also are included.
About the Editor in Chief
Editor in Chief Gerald L. Baliles is a partner at the law firm of Hunton & Williams
and is the former Governor of Virginia. He served under President Clinton as chair of the
National Commission to Ensure a Strong and Competitive Airline Industry ("Baliles
Commission"), and assisted the U.S. in negotiating an "open skies" air
transport agreement with Japan. Governor Baliles has also worked to increase airline
competition through the creation of strategic alliances and to promote aviation growth
through the settlement of international differences over aircraft noise certification
standards and noise-based restrictions.
Availability and Pricing
An annual subscription to the loose-leaf journal with semi-annual updates is $200, plus
applicable tax, shipping and handling. For more information, or to order, call
800-449-6435 or visit http://onlinestore.cch.com.
About CCH INCORPORATED
CCH INCORPORATED, founded in 1913, has served four generations of business
professionals and their clients. The company produces approximately 700 print and
electronic products for tax, legal, securities, human resources, health care and small
business markets. CCH is a wholly owned subsidiary of Wolters Kluwer North America. The
CCH web site can be accessed at www.cch.com.
The CCH Business and Finance Group web site can be accessed at http://business.cch.com.
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