“They Have It All Wrong!” Dealing With the NTSB: Winning and Losing

April 1, 2020
Fox Rothschild LLP

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigates all transportation accidents, including aviation, maritime, rail, motor vehicle and pipeline accidents and incidents. The list also includes accidents involving automated/self-driving vehicles, highways and overpasses, spaceships and drones.

Many, if not most, companies in the transportation industry will eventually be involved with an NTSB investigation.

Join Fox Aviation attorneys Mark Dombroff, Morgan Campbell and David Tochen for a discussion of how to not “lose” an accident investigation.

Topics will include:

  • How to be an effective (and how not to be an ineffective) party to an investigation
  • “Their field, their ball and their rules…”
  • How not to get thrown out of an investigation
  • How to effectively communicate your position to the Board – and how to guarantee it’s ignored
  • The “what, when and how” of voluntary safety submissions
  • The “12 Commandments” of surviving an NTSB investigation
  • And more

Who Should Tune In: Aviation manufacturers and operators; airline management and personnel; federal, state and local regulatory agencies; representatives of labor organizations; insurers; and other transportation safety professionals.