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wjcandee 08-05-2019 08:43 AM


Originally Posted by nitefreight (Post 2865048)
Actually, the captioned entity in the petition, Atlas Air, Inc., is not a New York corporation -- It's incorporated in Delaware.

You are absolutely correct. However, its principal place of business is Purchase, NY. Hence "SHOP", with the P meaning "Purchase". To avoid confusion, I probably should have said "a company with its headquarters located in New York", rather than "a New York company". Almost every publicly traded company is incorporated in Delaware, because that's where venture capitalists want you to incorporate.

Principal place of business, which here is New York, is all that matters for venue purposes regarding a plaintiff pursuant to 28 USC Sec. 1391(c)(2). My post was regarding something even more practical, however: the location of the headquarters and thus the primary executives, which here is New York. A bunch of guys from Westchester are most likely going to prefer the schwankier lodging and cuisine in DC over that of Cincinnati.

boeingdvr 08-05-2019 09:15 AM


Originally Posted by wjcandee (Post 2865065)
You are absolutely correct. However, its principal place of business is Purchase, NY. Hence "SHOP", with the P meaning "Purchase". To avoid confusion, I probably should have said "a company with its headquarters located in New York", rather than "a New York company". Almost every publicly traded company is incorporated in Delaware, because that's where venture capitalists want you to incorporate.

Principal place of business, which here is New York, is all that matters for venue purposes regarding a plaintiff pursuant to 28 USC Sec. 1391(c)(2). My post was regarding something even more practical, however: the location of the headquarters and thus the primary executives, which here is New York. A bunch of guys from Westchester are most likely going to prefer the schwankier lodging and cuisine in DC over that of Cincinnati.

What- knockback Knats off Vine next to the adult shop isnít classy enough for $1500 an hour attorneys- **** would probably get done then.

wjcandee 08-05-2019 09:25 AM


Originally Posted by boeingdvr (Post 2865074)
What- knockback Knats off Vine next to the adult shop isnít classy enough for $1500 an hour attorneys- **** would probably get done then.

True that. I didn't mention DC's all-nude bars. One of the few places in America that can sell you a beer while you stare at writhing eye-level uncovered private parts from your chair. "Do as I say but not as I do." Although I'm sure the the place off Vine is nice...

Imafreakinstud 08-10-2019 10:39 AM

Hey guys does anyone know how old the youngest 747 pilot at Atlas is?

kodiakallstar 08-10-2019 11:43 AM


Originally Posted by Imafreakinstud (Post 2868146)
Hey guys does anyone know how old the youngest 747 pilot at Atlas is?

Probably 23 or 24 whatever the youngest possible age is. Not exactly an accomplishment. they took a job no one else with real qualifications and experience wanted but whatever good for them.

Twin Wasp 08-11-2019 06:38 PM

We had a new hire that had to be the last one in the class to take his checkride. Had to wait for his 23rd birthday. Heard he went to Delta in under a year.

There are a couple 26 year olds on the last page of the seniority list.

minimwage4 08-12-2019 04:51 PM

Supply and demand is an amazing thing. I remember a few years ago my FOs were biting their nails worried about whether they were going to get a class at atlas or go into a pool. I thought they were cool. In reality I guess they were walking into a sweatshop reading these atlas posts.

fr8ghtdawg 08-15-2019 06:10 PM

So whats the plan now that Teamsters lost the Atlas arbitration today?

JackStraw 08-15-2019 07:08 PM


Originally Posted by fr8ghtdawg (Post 2870898)
So whats the plan now that Teamsters lost the Atlas arbitration today?

Delay some more until the economy sucks.

Turbine1 08-15-2019 07:39 PM


Originally Posted by fr8ghtdawg (Post 2870898)
So whats the plan now that Teamsters lost the Atlas arbitration today?

Thereís been no official announcement that the Teamsters lost. Should the company win the arbitration then Atlas/Southern is finished as a company. Will the last pilot to resign please turn out the lights...


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