Aeros Aeronautical Systems Files Lawsuit against US Navy for $65 Million in Damages for Loss of Innovative Airship Caused by Collapse of Hangar Roof
LOS ANGELES, CA (March 10, 2015) - Hindered by restitution efforts for the loss of its next-generation prototype airship stored in a U.S. Navy hangar that collapsed in 2013, McKenna Long & Aldridge filed suit on behalf of lighter-than-air aviation manufacturer Aeroscraft Aeronautical Systems Corp. (Aeros) has filed suit against the Department of the Navy (the Navy), seeking to recover damages in excess of $65 million.
ATLANTA (March 30, 2015)—McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP announced that Jim Thomas has rejoined the firm's litigation practice as senior counsel in its Atlanta office. With more than 38 years of business litigation experience, Thomas has handled a wide variety of business-related disputes.
In addition to his business litigation work, Thomas represents athletes and sports organizations, including those in football, golf, and boxing. His current clients include heavyweight boxers, Michael Grant and John Wesley Nofire, the Professional Karate Association, and the World Boxing League.
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- McKenna Partner Urges Supreme Court to Review What Could Be the Largest Class Action Certification in History– January 20, 2015