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Tag Archives: U.S. Department of Transportation

When Pigs Fly?

As a result of the pandemic, many of us did not spend much time on airplanes in 2020. When things return to “normal” in 2021, at least one thing will be different in the air – you probably won’t see pigs, or miniature horses, birds, or rabbits in the cabins of commercial airliners. Until now, […]

The DOT Defines Unfair and Deceptive Practices

The US Department of Transportation (“DOT”) has been regulating unfair and deceptive practices for a long time pursuant to 49 U.S.C. 41712(a) (“Section 41712(a)”). While there have been many specific regulations enacted under Section 41712(a) to address consumer protection (i.e., price advertising, long tarmac delays, refunds and involuntary denied boarding), much of the airline industry […]