Clark Hill Attorney Eduardo Angeles Quoted in Fortune Magazine on Airline Requirements of Face Masks
Managing Director and Senior Counsel Eduardo Angeles was quoted in Fortune Magazine's article "Airlines expand their face-mask rules—but government enforcement is needed, CEOs say" published on July 23. Angeles notes the actions that airlines are taking to protect workers and passengers from the risk of COVID-19 and what needs to be done to have more impact. To view the article, click here. (Subscription may be required.)
Prior to Clark Hill, Angeles served in various positions in the Office of the City Attorney in both Los Angeles and San Francisco including in-house counsel at SFO, General Counsel of the Fire Department and Police Department eventually as the Chief Attorney for Public Protection for the City and County of San Francisco. He served as General Counsel and Senior Assistant City Attorney at the Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) which oversees LAX and Van Nuys Airports and was an executive member of the legal team responsible for LAX's Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP), one of the largest Public-Private Partnership (P3) infrastructure construction projects in the United States. He was also primary counsel for various high profile LAX development projects. Angeles also served as a Presidential Appointee in the Obama Administration as the Federal Aviation Administration’s (“FAA”) Associate Administrator for Airports. He oversaw a $3.5 billion annual federal airport grants program and passenger facility charge collections totaling $2 billion. He also managed programs for the national airport planning and development including safety standards, design and engineering, certification, environmental processing, and financing.
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