Article by Michael Dery featured in February issue of BarTalk

Aviation law, by its nature, frequently involves the need to determine whether provincial law, federal law, foreign law or international treaty governs a particular activity. In an article in this month’s BarTalk magazine, Michael Dery of our Aviation Practice Group  discusses an ongoing case which hinges on determining whether the terms of the Montreal Convention (an international treaty) should supersede the terms of Canada’s Official Languages Act. To read this article, click here.