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Morgan Schweinzger is a member of Winstead’s Corporate, Commercial Transactions & Outsourcing Practice Group. Morgan advises on a broad array of commercial transactions in the supply chain management, commercial air travel, aviation, and transportation and hospitality industries.

Prior to joining Winstead, Morgan’s practice was focused on aviation litigation matters including Montreal and Warsaw Convention, negligence, premises liability, and commercial and contractual disputes. Morgan also has experience representing corporate and fractional ownership aircraft owners and operators in all aspects of aviation transactional matters including purchase, management, charter, and lease agreements.

Prior to her career in law, Morgan worked for OAG as a MRO and Fleet Content analyst and with Southwest Airlines as an analyst in both Flight Operations and Regulatory Programs & Compliance. Morgan was an intern for Republic Airways and American Airlines.

While in law school, Morgan was a judicial extern for the Honorable Stephanie K. Bowman, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio and the Honorable John Peyton, Dallas County Probate Court.

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