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Orlando Outreach & Training with Marshall S. Filler – Oct. 21

This October, Orlando will be the happiest place on earth for regulatory compliance.

Marshall S. Filler, ARSA’s managing director & general counsel, will lead the all-day session on Wednesday, Oct. 21 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the JetBlue Hangar in Orlando. After a morning discussion of ARSA’s work on behalf of the aviation community, Filler will provide an afternoon of regulatory compliance training focusing on the rules and business obligations affecting aircraft parts.

The event is open to the entire aviation community, regardless of ARSA membership. The registration fee is $150/person, which includes continental breakfast, lunch in addition to training and presentation material.

What: ARSA Orlando Outreach and Regulatory Training Session

Training Topics: Regulations impacting the purchase, receiving and sale of aircraft parts.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2015, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Who: Marshall FillerARSA Managing Director & General Counsel

Where:  JetBlue Hangar, 8900 Hangar Blvd, 3rd Floor Conference Room, Orlando, Florida

Cost: $150/person

Registration: Use the form below to register. You will receive an invoice for the registration fee within 48 hours.

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