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ORIGIN TWO, 106 HIGH STREET, CRAWLEY, RH10 1BF, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 01293 603600
Fax:
Fax 01293 603666
DX:
57100 CRAWLEY-1
Email:
Web:
www.asb-law.com
Crawley, Maidstone

Alina Nosek

Tel:
Work 01293 603672
Email:
asb law LLP

Work Department

Commercial.

Position

Partner in the commercial team and head of the aviation team specialising in commercial advice to the aviation sector. Alina deals with the sale and purchase of aircraft (including passenger aircraft, freighters, corporate jets, regional jets and helicopters) and aircraft engines as well as the leasing of aircraft and engines.  Alina’s expertise in aviation contracts includes joint ventures, maintenance and support agreements, power by the hour agreements, loans, leases and component exchange, aircraft management agreements and agreements for the fitment of aircraft, catering and baggage handling.

Career

Trained Stoneham Langton & Passmore (now asb law); qualified 1980; partner asb law 1986 to date. Director Croydon Business Venture Limited.

Languages

Polish.

Member

Law Society; Aviation Club of the UK; Baltic Air Charter Association; ISTAT; BATA.

Education

St Anne's College; University of Kent (BA); College of Law, Guildford.

Leisure

Family, tennis, skiing, walking, travel.


London: Transport

Aviation

Within: Aviation

asb law LLP regularly acts for the London aviation insurance market on accident or incidents dealing with resulting passenger, third party and product liability claims. The team is instructed by the insurer of an AgustaWestland AW139 helicopter which crashed into the sea off the coast of Brazil in 2011 killing two crew and two passengers. Travelers Insurance Company, Air Charter Service and VAS Aero Services are clients. Alina Nosek heads the team, while consultants Tim Brymer and Saleema Brohi are also key figures. Daniel James is the main contact.

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South East: Transport

Aviation

Within: Aviation

asb law LLP's aviation practice is best known for advising on the acquisition, sale and leasing of aircraft, engines and parts, as well as drafting maintenance, repair, support, charter, ground-handling, joint venture, IT and intellectual property contracts. On the contentious side, accident and product liability claims are a particular specialism, in addition to transactional and operational aviation disputes. Air Charter Service, Avtrade and several national insurers form part of the client portfolio, with Quadrant Systems being a recent addition. During 2017, the department went through a restructure and is now able to offer alternative pricing options involving retainers, fixed fees and staged pricing, as well as business risk assessment advice. Head of aviation Alina Nosek, who specialises in transactional and commercial matters, aviation disaster consultant Tim Brymer and dispute resolution solicitor Simon Amos are the key individuals. In a recent highlight, Nosek assisted VAS Aero Services with the sale of a used engine to an Israeli company. Daniel James joined in May 2018 from Stevens & Bolton LLP.

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