Boeing appoints legal adviser to probe 2 deadly Max 737 crashes
The Chicago-based Boeing has appointed a special legal adviser and counselor, J. Michael Luttig to investigate the 2 deadly Max 737 crashes. The firm on Wednesday informed that the 64-year-old Lutting will deal with all the legal matters linked with the Lion Air Flight 610 and Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 accidents. He has been working with the firm since 2006 as a general counsel. He also held senior roles at the US SC.