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Bob Gibbins (retired), a graduate of the University of Texas Law School, has been a trial lawyer in the state of Texas since 1961 and most recently was managing partner of the Law Offices of Bob Gibbins, P.C. in Austin, Texas.
He is a co-author of Products Liability Litigation: Trial Strategy and Procedure (Callaghan and Co., 1988), Texas Practice Guide: Personal Injury (two volumes, Callaghan and Co., 1988) and a contributor for the “Million Dollar Argument” cassette series, Professional Techniques Library, 1982–1983. He is a Fellow of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers (Board of Directors, 1993–97), member of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America (President, 1991–92), member of the International Society of Barristers, member of the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys, Diplomate of the American Board of Trial Advocates, Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation, as well as a member of state and local bar associations.
His many accomplishments in the legal field have recognized by honors such as: the Annual War Horse Award (1991) from the Southern Trial Lawyers Association; the Lifetime Achievement Award (1998) and the Champion of Justice Award (1999) from the Association of Trial Lawyers of America.More About Bob Gibbins
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Product Code: 5155
Publisher: Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company
Binding Information: casebound
Size: 8.5 X 11
Availability: In stock.
This book provides a basic source of technical and legal information to participate intelligently in the search for probable causes and discussion of the legal aspects of aircraft accidents. Readers will appreciate the book's refreshing review of the elements of aerodynamics, structural design, powerplants, aircraft control techniques, as well as the nuances of applicable law such as product liability and negligence. The appendix itself is a learning experience.
This book could be considered a postgraduate guide for the hardware-oriented aircraft accident investigator, especially the sections on human errors and human factors. This fourth edition includes chapters on the Freedom of Information Act, safety, discovery, spoliation of evidence, Death on the High Seas Act, tort litigation and more. Click on the book title for more information