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Crash Leaves Lufthansa Wide Open to U.S. Litigation

March 26, 2015, The National Law Journal

Covington's Dan Suleiman, who was Asiana Airlines Inc.’s lead litigator in the National Transportation Safety Board’s investigation of the July 2013 crash at San Francisco International Airport, is quoted:   

"The facts, once they’re clear, could support wrongful death or negligence claims but a settlement is the most likely outcome, said Daniel Suleiman, special counsel to Washington’s Covington & Burling."

Suleiman said the latest crash is a horrible tragedy for all involved, including Lufthansa.

“It’s hard to imagine what type of claim that could be brought that the airline would feel the need to defend in court,” Suleiman said.

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