Aviation Dispute-Resolution Body Launched At Farnborough

Paul Jebely
Paul Jebely at the launch of The Hague CAA during the third day of the Airshow.
Credit: The Hague CAA/Farnborough.com
FARNBOROUGH—Until this week, if two aerospace companies had a dispute, they had no-one to turn to for specialist help. That changed during the Farnborough Airshow when Hong Kong-based aviation attorney Paul Jebely launched The Hague Court of Arbitration for Aviation (Hague CAA). The initiative has...

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