Washington Aviation Group - About Us
Since 1999, our law firm has supported the aviation community, with a special emphasis on representing manufacturers, suppliers/distributors, repair stations and air carriers.
Jason Dickstein is the President of the Washington Aviation Group and he has practiced aviation law for over 25 years. In his private practice, he advises aviation industry companies on compliance issues, represents them in transactions, and defends them against enforcement actions and other lawsuits. His clients include repair stations, air carriers, aircraft parts distributors, and aircraft parts manufacturers. He has represented and advised clients from Africa, the Americas, Asia, and Europe.
In his law practice, Mr. Dickstein’s focal areas include:
• Aerospace Transactions,
• Aviation Safety Regulations,
• Dangerous Goods,
• International Relations, and
• Intellectual Property.
Mr. Dickstein works closely with government bodies in several countries to develop regulations to maintain aviation safety and improve global trade; he is an active participant in the aviation rulemaking arena, and has served on rulemaking and advisory committees formed by the FAA, EASA and the U.S. Congress.
Mr. Dickstein also represents several aviation trade associations, including the Aviation Suppliers Association (ASA). He has served as ASA’s General Counsel since 1997, and in that role has helped ASA develop standards for aerospace distribution quality systems and for aircraft parts transactions, and has represented ASA before regulatory agencies in Asia, Europe and North America.’
Mr. Dickstein has spent much of his career encouraging international trade in aviation parts, and developing tools that can help provide assurances of quality and airworthiness in those transactions.
Ryan Aggergaard is an attorney based in Washington, DC. He is an honors graduate of the George Washington University Law School and was a member of The George Washington Law Review. Mr. Aggergaard represents numerous clients in the aviation industry, as well as trade associations such as the Modification and Replacement Parts Association and the Aviation Suppliers Association.
During his eight years of practice Mr. Aggergaard has represented numerous clients in export compliance matters including: identifying possible and actual violations; performing root cause analyses and developing and implementing corrective actions; preparing voluntary self-disclosures; developing comprehensive integrated export compliance systems for both large and small companies; and developing and providing export compliance training to company personnel to ensure adherence to export compliance systems and identification of, and compliance with, applicable export regulations.
Mr. Aggergaard advises clients on compliance with a full complement of regulations including the Export Administration Regulations, U.S. Treasury Sanctions regulations, and the International Traffic in Arms Regulations. Mr. Aggergaard advises and assists in the identification and classification of controlled articles, preparation of license applications, and in developing strategies for facilitating exports around the world. He has assisted clients in identifying and obtaining the proper authorizations and licenses to export goods to NATO and Non-NATO allies, as well as to nations like China, Pakistan, Venezuela, Russia, and Saudi Arabia, among many others.
Washington Aviation Group, P.C.
2233 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 200007
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Phone: +1 (202) 628-6777
Fax: +1 (202) 628-8948