In today’s increasingly international community, the Montreal Convention is providing attorneys for both plaintiffs and defendants more opportunities to practice international law. This is particularly true for lawyers who practice in states that are main gateways for international air travel, such as Texas, thanks to the explosive growth of air travel in Central America and South America.

As accidents and incidents happen on international flights, the Montreal Convention allows lawyers to litigate more claims arising out of such accidents. The case law specific to the Montreal Convention is still evolving, and only a few cases of first impression are just now working their way through the appellate process.

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