In the area of aviation law, Abigail's aviation practice has included, among other cases, the litigation surrounding the December 22, 2009 incident in Kingston, Jamaica involving American Airlines Flight 331. As a result of her work on the Flight 331 litigation, Abigail is a member of the team selected as a finalist for the Daily Business Review's Most Effective Lawyers for 2014 for the aviation law category. Abigail has represented commercial airlines in litigation nationally and has handled numerous aviation appellate matters.
More recently, Abby’s commercial aviation clients have begun to rely on her for assistance dealing with the intricacies of Drone Law and litigation leading her to focus on these areas in her practice. Abigail’s practice is dedicated to serving individual, corporate and government clients in all aspects of drone law and litigation including assistance with obtaining airspace and operational waivers under Part 107, obtaining Public Certificates of Authorization or Waiver (Public COAs), policies and procedures for drone programs, and regulatory compliance. Abigail consistently monitors the latest developments in the drone law industry, and has been published extensively regarding the legal considerations in the various aspects of this exciting market. Abigail is also an FAA-Certified Drone Pilot and uses her practical knowledge in this area to assist clients with the nuanced aspects of their own drone programs.