Samantha M. Holloway

Associate, New York

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Samantha M. Holloway

Samantha works on aviation law, commercial litigation, and employment and labor matters.

Samantha counsels foreign air carriers on compliance with federal regulations, responding to administrative proceedings and enforcement actions, evaluating commercial transactions, and addressing employment and labor matters. She also provides advice the firm’s clients on regulatory and compliance matters involving the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Transportation Security Administration (TSA), and United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).

With experience litigating claims governed by the Warsaw Convention, Montreal Convention, other international treaties and U.S. aviation statutes, Samantha’s practice also includes representing air carriers and other aviation entities in state and federal court in connection with breach of contract actions, employment actions, aircraft damage, and personal injury.

Samantha has been recognized as a Super Lawyer “Rising Star” in the field of Aviation & Aerospace for the New York Metro Area (2021-2023).

Prior to joining the firm, Samantha was a Judicial Law Clerk at the Connecticut Superior Court, drafting memoranda of decisions and conducting legal research for the judges of the Superior Court. Samantha is a graduate of the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University, where she was a Senior Associate Editor of the Hofstra Law Review and authored a Note examining the effects of food sharing restrictions on the homeless population in the United States. She was also the recipient of the Jonathan Falk Memorial Scholarship in Labor and Employment Law. During law school, Samantha worked as a legal assistant for a law office in Connecticut, and held legal internship positions with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Metro-North, Labor Relations division; the First Judicial Department Attorney Grievance Committee; and, the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities.

Published Works and Presentations

Homeless, Hungry, and Targeted: A Look at the Validity of Food Sharing Restrictions in the United States.” Hofstra L Rev. 46.2 (2017).