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Since 1982 Thatcher A. Stone has been practicing at the highest domestic and international levels of finance, banking, asset-based lending, structured finance, insurance company regulation and licensing and associated credit rating issues. Stone has extensive experience with export credit agencies and banks in financing, enforcing agreements relating to and repossessing intercontinental commercial jet aircraft all over the world. In addition, he provides litigation services in the complete aviation arena, including financing, bankruptcy and passenger claims. In 2013 Thatcher relocated his practice from New York to Virginia. Stone has made new law, including Stone v. Continental Air Lines, which established non-accident passenger claims for denied boarding. A second victory, James H. Hunter v. Lufthansa, Etihad Airways and United Air Lines, in an interim decision dated March 28, 2012, and recently settled in the Eastern District of New York, clarified when the Warsaw and Montreal Conventions do not apply to airline negligence, despite a tariff provision to the contrary. Finally, in a jury decision dated Dec. 12, 2016, Stone won a verdict finding KLM Airways guilty of abuse of process, rarely proven in the U.S.

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Those interested in seeing Oliver Stone's string of interviews with Vladimir Putin won't have to wait long. Showtime announced Monday that the network has secured the rights to the project and will air it over for consecutive nights later this spring.

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As Moench spoke, I heard grunts and impatient stirring from a plump man sitting behind me. He introduced himself to me as Bill Stringer, one of the three Uintah County commissioners. In the 10 years before he took office in 2014, Stringer ran the Vernal branch of the Bureau of Land Management. Under him, the outpost grew from a single-story affair to one of the busiest licensing offices in the country. Stringer and his staff approved nearly three times the number of permits per year as his predecessor did. They granted "every application put before them," says Stan Olmstead, an inspector for the BLM who quit in disgust under Stringer. "We couldn't do site inspections; anyone with integrity up and left." (Stringer tells Rolling Stone Olmstead has it wrong. He says his office performed the inspections required by law, and that Olmstead, an environmental inspector in the field, had no direct knowledge of permits granted or rejected by the Vernal office. When pressed, however, Stringer could cite no example of a permit being denied to area drillers.) According to The New York Times, Stringer's office worked to quash a government study of the impact of drilling on Vernal's air. He fought, instead, for an industry-backed assay, which found "no unacceptable effects on human health." That was in 2009; months later, the Basin posted horrifically high readings of ozone and CO.

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