April 2nd, 2020
January Employment Law Bulletin
Embarrassing Email Evidence
The Federal Aviation Administration on Thursday, January 9, released damaging emails from Boeing regarding its 737 Max Jetliner. In particular, the emails relate to Boeing professionals’ comments about whether Lion Air and other carriers requested training on the new plane through a simulator. One of the selling points for the Max was that an experienced 737 pilot would not need a simulator, thereby reducing the cost to the customer and expediting the timeline from delivery to flying the new plane….
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