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David E. Schaffer

Assistant Minority Counsel for the Subcommittee On Aviation

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New York City, New York,10017

United States

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Civil Aeronautics Board

Attorney - Advisor


Education

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political science

Colgate University


JD

Boston University Law School


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DAVID SCHAFFER
David Schaffer DAVID SCHAFFERretired from federal service in February, 2004, and since that time opened his own legal and lobbying practice specializing in lobbying, legal and strategic advice involving aviation matters before Congress and the executive branch. Mr. Schaffer joined the staff of the House Committee on Public Works and Transportation (now the Committee on Transportation & Infrastructure) in 1984 as Assistant Minority Counsel for the Subcommittee on Aviation. He became the Minority Counsel of the Aviation Subcommittee in 1992 and Majority Counsel in January 1995. Mr. Schaffer was involved in all the issues of the Aviation Subcommittee including air safety, airline competition, international air service, war risk insurance, Airport Improvement Program, air traffic control modernization, FAA reform, and oversight of the FAA and NTSB. Mr. Schaffer played a key role in the formulation of the Aviation Investment and Reform Act for the 21st Century (AIR 21), Federal Aviation Authorization Act of 1996, Aviation Medical Assistance Act, Pilot Records Improvement Act, the Aviation Disaster Family Assistance Act, the Aviation and Transportation Security Act, and Vision 100 - Century of Aviation Reauthorization Act, among others. Mr. Schaffer worked as an attorney in the Office of General Counsel of the Civil Aeronautics Board from 1978 to 1984, specializing in rules, legislation, and litigation involving small community air service, international air service, consumer protection, and charters. He received his BA in political science from Colgate University and his JD from Boston University Law School.


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DAVID SCHAFFER David SchafferDAVID SCHAFFER retired from federal service in February, 2004, and since that time opened his own legal and lobbying practice specializing in lobbying, legal and strategic advice involving aviation matters before Congress and the executive branch.Mr. Schaffer joined the staff of the House Committee on Public Works and Transportation (now the Committee on Transportation & Infrastructure) in 1984 as Assistant Minority Counsel for the Subcommittee on Aviation.He became the Minority Counsel of the Aviation Subcommittee in 1992 and Majority Counsel in January 1995.Mr. Schaffer was involved in all the issues of the Aviation Subcommittee including air safety, airline competition, international air service, war risk insurance, Airport Improvement Program, air traffic control modernization, FAA reform, and oversight of the FAA and NTSB.Mr. Schaffer played a key role in the formulation of the Aviation Investment and Reform Act for the 21st Century (AIR 21), Federal Aviation Authorization Act of 1996, Aviation Medical Assistance Act, Pilot Records Improvement Act, the Aviation Disaster Family Assistance Act, the Aviation and Transportation Security Act, and Vision 100 - Century of Aviation Reauthorization Act, among others.Mr. Schaffer worked as an attorney in the Office of General Counsel of the Civil Aeronautics Board from 1978 to 1984, specializing in rules, legislation, and litigation involving small community air service, international air service, consumer protection, and charters.He received his BA in political science from Colgate University and his JD from Boston University Law School.


Lobby World

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, David Schaffer, former senior counsel and staff director at the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee's aviation panel, will be lobbying for Sound Initiative, a group seeking to tighten aircraft-noise restrictions, according to recently filed disclosures.Schaffer is also a former attorney with the Civil Aeronautics Board.


ASQ: News: Recent ASQ Meetings in Washington, DC

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David Schaffer, staff director, Aviation Subcommittee of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.Topic: TSA certification.Meeting was primarily to acquaint Mr. Schaffer with ASQ's offer and efforts.He is supportive.We asked that he pass on our information to the committee chair, Rep.


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