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April 4

Less than two weeks before the FAA lands in The Bahamas for a thorough audit of air safety regulations and practices, a former commercial pilot and leading aviation attorney said today the country must “continue to pay close attention to international requirements or face the real risk of widespread economic impact that could affect the…

April 2

Callenders Partner Says Aruba Easing Restrictions, Expanding Offerings to Boost Business; UK Moving towards Ratification of the Cape Town Convention The Bahamas risks falling behind in the quickly-growing aviation sector that accounts for $107 billion in regional revenue if it does not keep pace with other countries that are making it easier and more attractive…

February 28

Lance Knowles and George Mosko, the two young Bahamians whose unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) photography and cinematography business has skyrocketed since its launch just over one year ago, today said they will seek government’s consideration of regulating the rapidly expanding drone industry. Knowles’ and Mosko’s company, Sky High Media LTD, has employed highly sophisticated camera…

February 26

Callenders Partner Says Aruba Easing Restrictions, Expanding Offerings to Boost Business; UK Moving towards Ratification of the Cape Town Convention.  Two countries are making advancements in its aviation sector which make it easier and more attractive to do business, according to a local aviation law expert. Llewellyn Boyer-Cartwright, the leading proponent of The Bahamas establishing…

December 11

  In what not long ago was a male-dominated area of law, asset recovery, Courtney Pearce is demonstrating that tracing hidden assets and delivering justice is not a gender or age-specific art, it’s just a whole lot of hard work and Sherlock Holmes-like detective skills. “You’re part lawyer, part detective,” said Pearce, the youngest partner…