Jason Dickstein has practiced aviation law in the Washington, DC area for over 30 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,
- Export and Import,
- Dangerous Goods, and
- Intellectual Property.
Mr. Dickstein also represents several aviation trade associations, including the Aircraft Fleet Recycling Association (AFRA). He helped incorporate AFRA in 2007 and has served as AFRA’s Washington Counsel. In that role has helped AFRA draft and develop standards for disassembly and recycling of aircraft and engines. On behalf of AFRA, he works closely with government bodies in several jurisdictions (including China, the EU and the UK) 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 Mr. Dickstein can do to help them should email him at email@example.com.