Jon Kettles is not only an experienced pilot, but is also influential in the legal realm of aviation law. He has taught Aviation Law at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and is a frequent speaker at Legal Education Seminars around the country. Below are some of his papers and publications relevant to the field of aviation law.

“The Causal Connection Question in Aviation Insurance Coverage”
Journal of Air Law and Commerce
Vol. 75, No. 4, Fall 2010

“Similar Incident Evidence in Aviation Cases’
Will the Past Help or Haunt You?”
35th Annual Air Law Symposium
Dallas, Texas, 2001

“The Probative Value of  Other Similar Incidents in Aviation Cases,”
Aviation Law and Insurance Seminar Chelan, Washington, 2000

 “Handling Wrongful Death Cases: A View from the Trenches,”
Dallas, Texas, 2000

“The EMS Pilot’s Standard of Care,”
AirMed Magazine
March, 2000

“Applying DOHSA and Warsaw to Aviation Death Cases along the Gulf Coast,
Louisiana Trial Lawyers Association (LTLA), Gulf Coast Transportation Seminar,
April 1998

 “Presenting Demonstrative Evidence at Trial,”
State Bar of Texas Seminar,
April 1999

 “Other Similar Incidents: Discoverability, Admissibility & Presentation at Trial,”
Texas Trial Lawyers Association Whitefish,
Montana, 2000

“The Problems with Print: Aviation Publication Liability,”
Lawyer-Pilot Bar Association, Biloxi,
Mississippi, 2001

 “Aviation Cases: Applying Tort Law to Things that Fly,”
Texas Trial Lawyers Association Padre Island,
Texas, 2000

“The Pits & Perils of Contacting a Defendant’s Employees and Ex-Employees,”
Texas Trial Lawyers Association,
Sante Fe, New Mexico, 2002