David Agee

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A significant portion of David’s practice involves working closely with clients in the role as general counsel, providing day-to-day advice and legal counsel. As a trusted advisor, he partners with clients to cost-effectively deliver comprehensive solutions to achieve their business objectives.

A significant portion of David’s practice includes clients in the commercial airline and business aviation industry. He has served as special counsel for domestic and international commercial airlines in connection with numerous aircraft acquisition, disposition and financing transactions, airport-related issues and transactions, sales and property taxation issues, and subsidiary dispositions and acquisitions, giving him a unique industry perspective.

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From the “Miracle on Ice” to the Joe Louis/Max Schmeling fights, sports have often played a pivotal symbolic role in American diplomacy abroad. Now, as relations with Cuba have started to thaw, The New York Times recently detailed the Caribbean Baseball Initiative’s plan to bring a Minor League Baseball team to Havana. The group, led by veteran baseball executive Lou Schwechheimer,  has spent the last decade laying significant groundwork toward this end and hopes for…
From the “Miracle on Ice” to the Joe Louis/Max Schmeling fights, sports have often played a pivotal symbolic role in American diplomacy abroad. Now, as relations with Cuba have started to thaw, The New York Times recently detailed the Caribbean Baseball Initiative’s plan to bring a Minor League Baseball team to Havana. The group, led by veteran baseball executive Lou Schwechheimer,  has spent the last decade laying significant groundwork toward this end and hopes for…
On March 24, 2015, the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) updated the Specially Designated National (SDN) List by removing 59 companies, individuals, and vessels previously blocked under the Cuban Assets Control Regulations.  The companies removed include those from the United States, Panama, and Cuba.  The SDN List is maintained by OFAC and identifies certain individuals and companies that are owned or controlled by or act on behalf of targeted countries or terrorist groups.  U.S.…
On March 24, 2015, the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) updated the Specially Designated National (SDN) List by removing 59 companies, individuals, and vessels previously blocked under the Cuban Assets Control Regulations.  The companies removed include those from the United States, Panama, and Cuba.  The SDN List is maintained by OFAC and identifies certain individuals and companies that are owned or controlled by or act on behalf of targeted countries or terrorist groups.  U.S.…
After more than a half-century, the U.S. has finally taken steps toward normalizing its relations with Cuba. In a series of executive actions on December 17, 2014, President Obama announced changes to existing regulations that will ease sanctions against Cuba. U.S. and Cuban officials will meet on February 27, 2015 at the State Department to continue talks of restoring ties and ending the embargo. Likely sticking points will be the opening of a U.S. Embassy…
After more than a half-century, the U.S. has finally taken steps toward normalizing its relations with Cuba. In a series of executive actions on December 17, 2014, President Obama announced changes to existing regulations that will ease sanctions against Cuba. U.S. and Cuban officials will meet on February 27, 2015 at the State Department to continue talks of restoring ties and ending the embargo. Likely sticking points will be the opening of a U.S. Embassy…
In a Petition for Review filed on April 21, 2014, a non-profit volunteer search and rescue operation (Texas Equusearch) has challenged the authority of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to regulate operation of small unmanned aerial systems (UAS), also commonly referred to as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) or drones.…