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David M. Endersbee
David Endersbee primarily advises companies, foreign and domestic airlines, foreign governments, airports, and manufacturers on a variety of commercial and regulatory matters relating to U.S. aviation policy, regulation, and enforcement. These matters include international air service agreements, and Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Transportation Security Administration, and Customs and Border Protection regulations and policies.
Mr. Endersbee is a member of the District of Columbia bar, and is admitted to practice before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. He is also a member of the Aero Club of Washington and the International Aviation Club.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Endersbee practiced at another Washington, D.C. firm.
Panelist, ALTA Aviation Law Americas, "Unruly passengers - From the Tokyo Convention to the Montreal Protocol: is this an adequate solution?", 2014
"Hot Topics - Air" (cargo security), presentation to the 44th Transportation Law Institute, by David M. Endersbee, 2011.
Ebola, Airlines, and Denying Boarding on the Basis of Safety, by David M. Endersbee and Alexander T. Simpson, 2014.
Carrier Responsibilty for Responding to Consumer Complaints, by David M. Endersbee and Alexander T. Simpson, 2014.
DOT Charter Authorization Developments, by David M. Endersbee, 2013.
DOT's Enhanced Procedures for Enforcement of Hazardous Materials Transportation Law by David M. Endersbee, Jonathon Foglia and John E. Gillick, 2011.
Ensuring Foreign Air Carrier Compliance: What Is Cabotage? by David M. Endersbee and Jol A. Silversmith, 2011.
DOT's Disability Regulations: Additional Compliance Issues by David M. Endersbee, Jonathon H. Foglia and Jol A. Silversmith, 2011.
DOT Issues Code-Sharing Disclosure Guidance by David M. Endersbee, Jonathon H. Foglia and Jol A. Silversmith, 2011.
Conflict of Law Waivers and Equivalent Alternative Determinations Offer Flexibility in DOT Disability Rules by David M. Endersbee, 2011.
USDA Rushes to Increase APHIS Fees by Lonnie Anne Pera and David M. Endersbee, 2009.
Department of Agriculture Reverses Course on APHIS Fee Increases by Lonnie Anne Pera and David M. Endersbee, 2009.
Air Shipments and FAA Enforcement of the Hazardous Materials Regulations by David M. Endersbee and Jonathon H. Foglia, 2009.