Wednesday, October 19, 2005

I've Moved!

Nothing in life is constant, but change.

Things having happily settled down to mere pandemonium, I'm pleased as punch to report we're back up and running (that's the royal "we" I suppose) at The Airport Lawyer, and with new/improved functionality to boot (let's hear it for categories!).

We hope to see you there.


Sincerely,


Queen Sheryl

Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Closing Up Shop

For various reasons (some personal, some professional), this blog is closing up shop. I will not delete it, but am no longer going to post to it actively. Should anyone be interested in taking it over, please email me at schelinlaw at hotmail dot com, and we will discuss the possibility of taking the appropriate steps to transfer it over to you.

The South Carolina County Attorney's blog will not be affected by this decision.


Regards,


Sheryl

Tuesday, May 10, 2005

Bankruptcy News

In Delta's quarterly filing with the SEC, the struggling airline used its "most aggressive language" to date, according to Helane Becker, an analyst with the Benchmark Company. See the MSNBC.com article here. With forecasters predicting a third-quarter bankruptcy filing, Delta can't be having too good a day.

Meanwhile, United is in the unenviable position of arguing in favor of an abandonment of its employee pensions. More here. According to the article, the Chicago federal bankruptcy court had a capacity crowd. United is looking for permission to have the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp., the government's pension insurer, take control of the defined-benefit plans. This would, according to the article, result in the "largest-ever U.S. pension default" and could trigger a threatened strike by its work force.

Monday, May 02, 2005

Sioux Falls Goes Private

Count Sioux Falls Regional Airport among the number of 'ports (seven thus far) going private for airport security purposes. Read more about it from the Argus Leader here. FSD's Airport Authority voted last Tuesday to take the security function to the private sector.

Monday, April 25, 2005

A Really Useful Site

JD Bliss bills itself as "balancing life and the law" - something I have been keenly interested in here recently. I encourage everyone to go check it out.

Friday, April 15, 2005

Helpful Hints for Monitoring Court Dockets For Free

Free Court Case Docket Monitoring by Paul Bush of Legal Dockets Online, shares some freebie methods of monitoring court cases. Great tips.

Thursday, April 14, 2005

The Hits Just Keep On Comin'...

Airline Industry Losses to Widen In 1st Quarter (washingtonpost.com) - to the tune of - excuse me - two billion dollars?!

Wow. I don't even think I can count that high.