Kreindler Partner Dan Rose Comments on F.A.A. Fines Against Colgan Air

Colgan Air Faces Fine

September 17, 2011
ABC News -
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Kreindler Partner Noah Kushlefsky files a wrongful death suit for failure to install a "shutdown" switch on keyless ignition Lexus

Toyota sued in carbon monoxide tragedy that killed 79-year-old lawyer

November 7, 2010
New York Daily News
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Toyota 'Smart Key' Blamed for Death

November 2, 2010
Courthouse News Service
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(This article mistakenly reads that a woman died; it should say that a man died and left the woman crippled.)

Kreindler Partner Dan Rose comments on new F.A.A. rules regarding flight over congested air corridor above the Hudson River

FAA To Divide Up Airspace Over Hudson River

November 17, 2009
NY1 News
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FAA Splitting Hudson Airspace Into Local, Distance

November 16, 2009

Hudson River Mid-Air Collision

Flying The City's Unregulated Skies

Reporter Josh Robin, flew over the Hudson in a private plane piloted by Kreindler Partner Daniel Rose.
August 14, 2009
NY1 News
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Kreindler Partner Justin Green comments on Hudson River Tragedy

911 Terror As Copter and Plane Collide

August 11, 2009
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Divers find plane, 8th body in Hudson River

August 10, 2009
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Hudson's Air Space Is Too Congested

NBC - New York
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Hudson Midair Crash Followed Familiar Pattern

August 10, 2009
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Crash over Hudson River exposes crowded airspace

August 10, 2009
Associated Press hosted by Google
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Airspace Above Hudson a Highway With Few Signs

August 10, 2009
The New York Times
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Search crews finally hoisted what's left of the sightseeing helicopter out of the Hudson River

August 9, 2009
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7 Bodies Plucked from Hudson After Crash

August 9, 2009
CBS News
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Hudson River Crash Zone Is 'Major Leagues of Aviation'

August 9, 2009
ABC News
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Plane Collides With Tourist Helicopter

August 9, 2009
CNN Video
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Anthony Tarricone takes over as President of American Association for Justice formerly ATLA

New Leadership at the American Association Justice

July 30, 2009
The National Law Journal
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American Association for Justice Announces Anthony Tarricone as President for 2009-2010

July 30, 2009
American Association for Justice
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Boston Attorney to Take Reins of AAJ

June 22, 2009
Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly
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Continental Flight 61

Health vs. Experience Central to Pilot-Age Debate

June 19, 2009
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Air France Crash May Be Most Expensive Since 2001

June 10, 2009
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'Speed' Doomed Flt. 447

June 5, 2009
New York Post
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Read Kreindler's recent development on Flight 447.

Kreindler Partners Interviewed Regarding Continental Connection (Colgan) Flight 3407

FAA Blasted Over Voluntary Safety Plan — Relatives of Buffalo Crash Victims Wary of Agency's Effort for Change

June 10, 2009
Washington Post
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Pilot Training Issue in Buffalo Crash?

May 11, 2009
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Moretti Investigates Flight 3407 Crash — Top Aviation Law Firm Digs Into The Case

March 23, 2009
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4 Families of Victims Hire New York Law Firm

March 12, 2009
The Buffalo News, City & Region
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Three Families Retain Aviation Law Firm

March 10, 2009
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Icing Viewed As A Key Factor In Flight 3407 Crash — ‘Eerie' parallel to '94, when a crash killed 68

February 20, 2009 The Buffalo News
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Use Of Autopilot Questioned In Icy Conditions

February 18, 2009
The Buffalo News
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Two Carriers Stopped Flights of Prop Planes In Cold Weather

February 18, 2009
The Buffalo News
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Icy Blast From Feds

February 15, 2009
New York Post
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Kreindler Partners Comment on Rescue Landing of Flight 1549 in Hudson River, near New York City

Do Island Bird Habitats Pose A Danger?

(Andrew Maloney comments)
January 23, 2009
ABC News —
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When The River Became A Runway

(Justin Green comments)
January 19, 2009
ABC News 20/20 —
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Commercial Pilot Talks About The Danger Of Birds To Airplanes

(Brian Alexander comments)
January 2009
WPIX Morning News —

US Airways Plane Crashes, Slams Into River

(Justin Green comments)
January 2009
CNN, The Nancy Grace Show —
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How Often Do Birds Cause Plane Crashes?

(Brian Alexander Comments)
January 2009
WPIX News —

Kreindler Partner Noah Kushlefsky Comments on the Recent LIRR Derailments

LIRR Safety Concerns

December 2008
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A California Businessman Just Won't Take Nyet For An Answer

Now You See It, Now You Don't

June 16, 2008
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A California businessman has spent a decade in the courts claiming Lockheed cheated him out of a lucrative Russian satellite deal.

Airline Compliance Procedures and FAA Safety Directives

Turbulent Skies Ahead

June 1, 2008
Corporate Counsel
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Kreindler Partner Brian J. Alexander comments on the FAA's possible safety crackdown that may force airlines to revamp their compliance procedures.

Problematic Wiring on Jetliners

FAA knew of MD-80 wiring problem in 2003

April 14, 2008,, Texas
April 13, 2008, McClatchy-Tribune, Illinois
April 13, 2008, Fidelity, Massachusetts
April 13, 2008,, California
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FAA knew about problems in jets for years before groundings

April 13, 2008, The Province, Canada
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Airlines, FAA slow to pursue wiring fix

April 13, 2008, The Wichita Eagle, Kansas
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Wiring bundle repairs first contemplated many years ago

April 13, 2008, RedOrbit, Texas
April 12, 2008, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Illinois
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Regulators told of possible wiring problems on jetliners took their time ordering repairs

April 12, 2008 The Kansas City Star,
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Kreindler Partner Brian J. Alexander comments on jetliners' wiring problems.

Cancellation of American Airline Flights

American Cancels More Flights - 3,000 This Week

April 10, 2008
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Kreindler Partner Dan Rose comments on recent American Airlines wiring inspections.

Cracks Discovered in Aircraft's Fuselage

Tiny Cracks in Planes Call Safety Procedures Into Question

March 16, 2008
San Diego Union-Tribune
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Experts Disagree on Danger Posed by Cracks

March 15, 2008
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
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Kreindler Partner Brian J. Alexander comments on recent southwest airlines maintenance meltdown in national newspapers.

AA 587 Crash

Finding Fault In AA 587 Crash: Trial Set For Fall

February 22, 2008
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Kreindler Partner Robert Spragg comments on AA 587 Crash.

James D. Gotz featured in the Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly: 'Big-number' Verdicts Hit the Heights in 2007

January 28, 2008
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Boeing 777 Engine Failure

Stall & Fall: Crash Jet's 2 Engines 'Just Went'

January 19, 2008
New York Post
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Family's Fight for Volunteer Firefighter, Glenn Winuk

Volunteer firefighter's family to get 9/11 benefit

January 15, 2008
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Crown Princess Accident

Kreindler partner Dan Rose comments on Princess Cruises NTSB conclusion

January 10 - 12, 2008
The Seattle Times, The Tampa Tribune, AOL CityGuide, MSNBC, MyFox Orlando, Today Show, WPMI-TV, WRAL-TV, Yahoo! News
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Gretchen Nelson featured in newspapers across country regarding the July 18, 2006 Crown Princess Accident

December 14, 2007
The News-Press
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Gretchen Nelson, a Kreindler & Kreindler LLP partner in the firm's Los Angeles office, was recently quoted in newspapers across the nation regarding the July 18, 2006 Crown Princess accident off Florida where crew negligence caused the ship to wildly list over, emptying swimming pools and throwing people and furniture about the deck.
Kreindler & Kreindler LLP represents thirty-one passengers in a law suit filed in Los Angles, which seeks compensation for the accident's victims. Dan Rose, a partner in the firm's New York office is working with Gretchen Nelson on the case.
Kreindler & Kreindler LLP has a long and proven record in maritime disaster litigation. Paul Edelman, of counsel to the firm, is one of the leading maritime plaintiffs lawyers in the United States. The firm has successfully represented plaintiffs in cases falling under the Jones Act, the Longshoreman's Act, the Death on the High Seas Act and under the general maritime law.

The Jet-Ette Set: Light 'Mini' Soars As New Status Symbol

September 30, 2007
New York Post
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Kreindler partner Brian Alexander is quoted regarding the latest elitist trend of mini jets, coined the "McJets", that allows investments bankers, doctors or lawyers to purchase small, light jets at the price of a house in Westchester, but may come at a higher price in the long run.
The FAA, as well as Brian Alexander, are worried about over-congested skies filled with under-skilled millionaire jet pilots.

9/11 Health Issue

AP Analysis: 9/11 Health Issue Tests Clinton's Clout

September 16, 2007
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Justin Green was quoted in a Newsday article regarding health care for 9/11 victims.

TV News Helicopter Collision in Arizona

NTSB Looking At TV News Chopper Collision

July 28, 2007
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Valley Stations Keep Copters On Ground

July 31, 2007
The Arizona Republic
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Justin Green was interviewed on CBS Evening News and by the Arizona Republic regarding the TV news helicopter collision in Phoenix, Arizona.
» View video of the July 28, 2007 CBS Evening News broadcast, with Justin Green's interview regarding the collision.

Cessna 550 Crash

Fatal Cessna 550 Crash into Lake Michigan

July 6, 2007
Detroit Free Press
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Brian Alexander was interviewed by the Detroit Free Press regarding the fatal crash into Lake Michigan of a Cessna 550 jet carrying a transplant team. Kreindler partners Jim Kreindler and Dan Rose are working with Mr. Alexander on the firm's investigation into the case.
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Family's Fight for Volunteer Firefighter, Glenn Winuk

Andrew Maloney Wins Appeal of September 11 Hero

June 28, 2007
NY Daily News
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The Kreindler firm is happy to announce that Andrew Maloney has won an major appeal over the U.S. Department of Justice on behalf of Glenn Winuk's family.
Glenn was one of the heroes of the September 11 attacks. A long-time volunteer fireman and EMT in Long Island, on September 11, 2001, Glenn was a partner in the law firm Holland & Knight two blocks away from the World Trade Center. Instead of running away, he ran toward the World Trade Center as he had done during the 1993 attacks. Glenn produced his Jericho Fire Dept. credentials, donned EMS gear and entered the South Tower.
He was killed when the Tower collapsed. His body was found several months later with a stethoscope on, surgical gloves and a paramedic bag by his side. He was found beside FDNY rescue workers.
The Dept. of Justice refused to recognize that he was a rescue worker because his Jericho volunteer status had changed from 19 years of active membership to associate member shortly before September 11.
Andrew Maloney spent countless hours working to have Glenn recognized as a rescue worker on September 11. The firm represented the family on a pro bono basis before administrative appeals and finally before the Court of Federal Claims in Washington.
"It was one of the most rewarding cases I've ever worked on. He made the ultimate sacrifice for others he did not know, the least our Government could do was recognize those heroic efforts. Fortunately, the Court has now compelled it to do so." says Andrew.

Cory Lidle Crash

Failed U-Turn Eyed In Crash

October 13, 2006
New York Daily News

Pataki Calls for Tighter Control Over City Airspace

October 12, 2006
The New York Sun

Aircraft Traveled A Corridor In The Sky Where Recreational Pilots Fear To Go

October 12, 2006
The New York Times

New Fliers Like Plane's Flash For Less Cash

October 12, 2006
New York Post

Lidle's Plane Had Emergency Parachute

October 12, 2006
The New York Times

Mistaken Landing At Newark Airport Worries Experts

November 4, 2006
The Daily Gazette (Schenectady, New York)
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Flight 1907

Brazil Seizes U.S. Pilots' Passports

October 4, 2006
South Florida Sun Sentinel (Ft. Lauderdale)

Court Wants Two Pilots' Passports Seized

October 3, 2006
LA Times (California)

Court Wants Two Pilots' Passports Seized

October 3, 2006
New York Post

School Bus Accident

Kreindler Partner Comments on School Bus Accident

May 2006
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Kreindler partner, Noah H. Kushlefsky comments on school bus accident which is strikingly similar to a case handled by the firm a few years ago.

Partner Justin T. Green interviewed on CNN International regarding the tragic sinking of the Egyptian

Ferry Al-Salam Boccaccio 98 in the Red Sea

In the February 4, 2006 interview, Mr. Green commented on the poor safety history of roll-on roll-off ferries and how quickly this type of ferry will capsize trapping passengers below decks.

V-22 Osprey

Troubled Bird

PBS - The News Hour
March 9, 2001
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Partner Brian Alexander comments on the V-22 Osprey, designed to replace an aging helicopter fleet and give the Marines even more mobility.