Nathan Haley has over a decade of experience handling complex asset-based transactions and related corporate matters. Nathan’s practice encompasses a broad range of complex transactional, corporate, finance, regulatory, state tax, federal tax, risk management, and commercial dispute resolution issues with a focus on the business aviation industry.
As part of the firm’s Aviation section, Nathan represents and counsels both U.S. and international clients on complex FAA, DOT, TSA, SEC, IRS and state regulatory and tax compliance and enforcement issues; various transactional matters such as whole- and fractional-aircraft sale and purchase, management, leasing, hangaring and refurbishment arrangements; “hazmat” compliance and enforcement matters; various commercial civil litigation and arbitration disputes involving the ownership, operation and manufacture of aircraft and aircraft parts, as well as disputes involving other aviation-related businesses; potential criminal liability arising out of aircraft ownership, operation and manufacture; and related crisis management planning and security assessment issues.
These clients include all types of individual aircraft owners, operators and manufacturers; corporate flight departments ranging from small businesses to Fortune 100 Companies; certificated air carriers and certificated repair stations; as well as various other companies whose businesses in or serving the aviation industry invoke aviation- and transportation-related regulatory oversight.
Nathan served as the 2015-2016 Chair of the Aviation Law Section of the State Bar of Texas, and is active in numerous professional organizations including the National Business Aviation Association, the Dallas Bar Association, the National Transportation Safety Board Bar Association, and also serves as a panel attorney on the AOPA Legal Services Panel.