—When his airport clients face dire challenges, they turn to Pablo Nüesch for state-of-the-art help.
“I am a fireman,” says Pablo. “As an extension of my clients’ in-house legal counsel, I’m called to put out fires, offering prompt, effective and reliable responses to their most daunting operational and legal challenges.”
Pablo has 25 years’ experience working at airports and on behalf of airport operators and airport governing bodies throughout the United States. He counsels airport managers on strategies for maintaining compliance with federal obligations. When required, he represents his clients across a spectrum of airport issues in administrative proceedings and hearings before Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) (Part 13 and Part 16 investigatory proceedings), the U.S. Department of Transportation (airport rates and charges determinations) and federal courts.
Further, Pablo drafts and negotiates contracts between airport owners and tenants, including airport use and operating agreements, leases and other business arrangements. He regularly consults with senior airport management staff on rates and charges matters, and has lectured on the constitutional and other legal principles governing airport rate-making.
Pablo also provides advice on air-service development matters and represents the interests of the firm’s airport clients on international air service matters before the U.S. Departments of Transportation and State, and with Airports Council International — North America (ACI-NA) International Air Service Program and the airport coalition known as U.S. Airports for Better International Air Service (USA-BIAS).
“I like bringing good public-policy-based solutions to help my clients resolve short-term issues and achieve their long-term business goals,” says Pablo.
Counsels airport clients on a range of operational and legal issues. Negotiates and drafts key contracts and agreements. Represents airport clients before federal bodies and courts, and monitors legislation.
Fluent in Spanish.