A Washington attorney with broad experience representing pilots in FAA medical certification cases and the president of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association blasted FAA's proposed changes to airmen medical standards during a public meeting Friday in Washington. Mark McDermott, a partner in the firm of Joseph, Gajarsa, McDermott&Reiner, said he opposes the proposed rulemaking "because it constitutes an encroachment on the statutory right of an airman to challenge FAA ...

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