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Cases

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  • 74. Blue Sky One Limited & O’rs v Mahan Air [2009] EWHC 3314 (Comm).
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B. Patrick Honnebier Prof., LL.M., LL.M. (advanced), is Of Counsel at Gomez and Bikker Law Offices, Amsterdam, the Netherlands and particularly representing major aircraft and aircraft engines financiers and lessors; Adjunct Professor at the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss), School of Law, Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Air and Space Law program, Professor responsible for the full Spring Semester course of International Aviation Financing and Leasing law; Expert on International Aviation Financing and Leasing Law, Institute of Air and Space Law AEROHELP, St. Petersburg, Russia, since January 2016; Guest lecturer in the Netherlands at Utrecht University since 2007 and Groningen University since 2014. He committed himself to give guest lectures at the New York University in Shanghai and at the National University of Singapore in 2016. Professor Honnebier was responsible for the course International Aircraft Financing Law at the International Institute of Air and Space Law, Leiden University in the Netherlands from 20022013; Associate Professor at Utrecht University, Faculty of Law, Department of Commercial and Corporate Law from 1992-2007; Lecturer of commercial and corporate law at the University of Aruba from 1996-1999. Professor Honnebier was Observer at the Diplomatic Conference for the realisation of the Cape Town Convention, November 2001. He was the legal advisor of the Governments of Aruba, the former Netherlands Antilles and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands concerning the adoption by the Kingdom of the Netherlands of the Cape Town Convention on September 1, 2010. Currently, he is the legal advisor of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment (Department of Civil Aviation) of the Netherlands in regard to the drafting of new national legislation covering problematic foreign aircraft deregistration and repossession cases. He is a frequent and worldwide speaker at aviation finance and lease law conferences. For example, he presented at the Law Section of the Royal Aeronautical Society in London on 29 January, 2016. He is the author of more than 60 publications in various law reviews and all the leading aviation law journals.

 
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