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   Vol. 16 No. 69
Tuesday August 29, 2017

USACIA Goes Inside Politics & Policy
USACIA Goes Inside Politcs & Policy

      Paul Lettow is joining leading advocates for air cargo at the second US Air Cargo Industry Affairs Summit (USACIA) being held in Washington, D.C., on September 6. Paul is a partner in the Washington office of Jones Day, the pioneering U.S. firm that is also serving as host to this year’s gathering.
      Jones Day has a robust government regulation practice with a focus on cross-border commerce. 
      Jones Day lawyers regularly represent clients before government agencies such as FAA and EASA. 
      “Currently,” Mr. Letow said, “Jones Day is advising on compliance with the new ICAO carbon emissions standard, which has great significance to the air cargo industry. 
      “Jones Day also reports on the constantly changing worldwide regulations relating to drones, including the European Union's proposed regulations relating to commercial use of drones, a drone airspace plan, and management of low-level airspace used by drone operators,” Paul said.  

Inside Politics and Policy

      “The Trump Administration is poised to make significant changes in areas affecting the air cargo industry,” Mr. Lettow declared.
      Mr. Lettow will chair a Political & Policy Overview panel that will focus on the current political and policy environment at USACIA. 
      Among the issues it will address are:

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