Areas of Focus

Research and Analysis
IASA Audit Preparation
ICAO Audit Preparation

Education

BA (Government and Economics), Harvard University

Honors / Recognition

David Rockefeller Certificate in Latin American Studies, Harvard University
The Congressional Award Gold Medal, United States Congress
National Winner: In-Depth Reporting, Society of Professional Journalists

Quinn Hatoff Director

qhatoff@wicks-group.com
202-457-7790 (office)

Quinn Hatoff is a Director for The Wicks Group, PLLC, and specializes in assisting foreign civil aviation authorities (CAAs) with preparation for Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) International Aviation Safety Assessment (IASA) program audits as well as International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Universal Safety Oversight Audit Program (USOAP) assessments. He has served as senior analyst for the firm’s IASA projects in Cabo Verde and India and project director for the Panama IASA/USOAP project. Mr. Hatoff joined The Wicks Group, PLLC after completing his undergraduate studies in government and economics at Harvard University. Quinn has experience in legal research, public policy analysis, legislative process, communications, and journalism, including work on Capitol Hill. He supports the firm’s legal work primarily through research and analysis.

Representative Experience

  • Comparing foreign civil aviation authority regulations to international standards in support of the firm’s regulatory development work
  • Assisting foreign governments on successfully achieving compliance with the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago Convention of 1944) through the implementation of ICAO standards and recommended practices
  • Supporting firm attorneys by researching US aviation facility security regulations and oversight, identifying relevant case studies in which facility operators violated transport safety regulations, and drafting a memorandum on the potential civil and criminal liabilities an aviation facility owner may face
  • Assissting firm attorneys evaluate risk by writing a legal analysis on the anti-trust implications of Global Distribution System ticketing platforms
  • Providing paralegal support for domestic and international litigation matters
  • Conducting economic and regulatory research in support of client matters
  • Advising clients of the Harvard College Small Claims Advisory Service on their options for seeking legal redress through the small claims system and informing them of their legal rights as consumers and tenants
  • Generating policy position letters, delivering reports of Congressional briefings, representing the office in meetings with constituent advocacy groups, and drafting strategic messaging for a Member of Congress