‘Strategies for Sharing a Business Aircraft’ Presentation
View Jackson Walker partners John M. Ransom and James D. Struble’s presentation, Strategies for Sharing a Business Aircraft, for the Texas State Bar Aviation Section CLE in San Antonio, Texas, on November 10, 2017.
John M. Ransom chairs the Houston Corporate & Securities practice and is an accomplished transaction and tax lawyer who draws on his experience as a legal advisor and CPA to counsel clients and assist them in growing their businesses. John’s resourceful and efficient approach provides strategic structures that result in advantageous tax treatments for a diverse client base. In his role as an innovative and trusted advisor, John ensures added value by leveraging his tax experience and broad familiarity with all phases of the life cycle of businesses of all sizes. In addition to his practice, he is a member of the Texas State Bar Aviation Council.
James D. Struble’s primary area of practice is aviation, in which he has experience in trying both jury and non-jury matters as lead counsel for major airlines. Jim represents corporate and fractional ownership aircraft owners and operators in all aspects of aviation transactional matters including purchase, management, charter, and lease agreements. He also handles regulatory and enforcement matters, including dangerous goods/hazardous materials and drug and alcohol testing matters, for both air carriers and pilots and has successfully tried cases before NTSB Administrative Law Judges.