Ex-NTSB Chairman Joins Law Firm

Feb. 21, 2001
Former National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) chairman Jim Hall has joined the law offices of Dillon, Hall & Lungershausen as a partner and will head up the firm's new Washington, D.C. office. Hall said he would continue to be involved in national and international transportation issues, serving as a strategic counselor and lead the firm’s transportation safety, crisis management and government
Former National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) chairman Jim Hall has joined the law offices of Dillon, Hall & Lungershausen as a partner and will head up the firm's new Washington, D.C. office. Hall said he would continue to be involved in national and international transportation issues, serving as a strategic counselor and lead the firm’s transportation safety, crisis management and government relations’ practice.

Dillon, Hall & Lungershausen specializes in transportation safety litigation and analysis, crisis management and communications, and related U.S. and international regulatory and governmental affairs. The full-service law firm includes offices in Stuttgart, Hong Kong and now Washington.

Hall joined the NTSB as a Member in October 1993 and was appointed by former President Bill Clinton as chairman in June 1994. Hall resigned from the NTSB in January of this year.

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