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   2018 ACPC CONFERENCE DETAILS

     August 18 - August 21, 2018
     Orlando, Florida
    JW Marriott and Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes Hotels

      
     Conference and Hotel registration opens on Monday, April 30, 2018 at 9:00 AM EASTERN thru
     Friday, July 6, 2018 at 5:00 PM EASTERN unless the conference and/or Hotels are sold out prior to the cut-off dates.  
 
ACPC is the ONLY official housing company for ACPC 2018 and will not contact you directly to make a reservation.   
If you are contacted by anyone asking if you need a room reservation for the ACPC 2018, or if they represent  themselves as the "ACPC's housing provider," 
please get as much information as you can, then contact Michael Gallo at michael.gallo@acpc.com or call  1-917-207-9131. 

Jason Dickstein 

Jason Dickstein, Monday Afternoon Speaker

    Jason Dickstein is the President of the Washington Aviation Group and has practiced aviation law for over 25 years.  In his private practice, he advises aviation industry companies on compliance issues, represents them in transactions, and defends them against enforcement actions and other lawsuits.  His clients include repair stations, air carriers, aircraft parts distributors, and aircraft parts manufacturers.  He has represented and advised clients from Africa, the Americas, Asia, and Europe.

     

    In his law practice, Mr. Dickstein’s focal areas include

    • Aerospace Transactions,
    • Aviation Safety Regulations (particularly affecting distribution, maintenance and manufacturing),
    • Competition,
    • Export and Import,
    • Dangerous Goods, and
    • Intellectual Property.

     

    Mr. Dickstein also represents several aviation trade associations, including the Aviation Suppliers Association (ASA).  He has served as ASA’s General Counsel since 1997, and in that role has helped ASA develop standards for aerospace distribution quality systems and for aircraft parts transactions, and has represented ASA before regulatory agencies in Asia, Europe and North America.  On behalf of ASA, he works closely with government bodies in several countries to develop regulations to maintain safety and improve global trade.

     

    Mr. Dickstein has spent much of his career encouraging trade in aviation parts, and developing tools that can help provide assurances of quality and airworthiness in those transactions.  Businesses who want to know more about what ASA and Mr. Dickstein can do to help them should email him at jason@washingtonaviation.com.



     

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