Constantine Cannon Client Featured in Australian Broadcasting Company Story on Boeing Culture and Safety Incidents
Boeing manager-turned-whistleblower Ed Pierson, represented by Constantine Cannon whistleblower attorneys Eric Havian, Chris McLamb, and Leah Judge, was featured in an Australian Broadcasting Company story on Boeing’s 737 MAX crisis. In the story, Mr. Pierson describes the production problems he witnessed at the plant where the 737 Max was produced and his concern that this troubling production environment may have played a role in two crashes that killed a total of 346 people, as well as in 13 other safety incidents involving 737 MAX airplanes.
Read the story here: Troubled 737 MAX Boeing airplane had at least 13 other safety incidents, ex-employee says, Australian Broadcast Company, February 14, 2020.
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For additional coverage on Mr. Pierson, see below, or read our Whistleblower Insider blog post, Following Whistleblower Testimony, FAA Administrator Vows to Investigate Boeing.
- Boeing 737 Max Was Plagued With Production Problems, Whistle-Blower Says, New York Times, Dec. 9, 2019
- Former Boeing manager says he warned company of problems prior to 737 crashes, NBC News, Dec. 9, 2019
- Former Boeing employee raises concerns about safety of its 737 fleet, NBC News Today Show, Dec. 10, 2019
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