WASHINGTON, D.C. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — C.D.C. (Certified Corporate Defense Corporation) announced today its new policy and procedures for the transfer of private political dogs traveling on company business aircraft to and from Washington. Under this policy, CCDC will provide a preferred pick-up destination where the private political dog may be taken at an hourly rate (pricing to be announced) with eligible pets picked up at altitudes between 45,000 and 425,000 feet.
The bus stop availability will be reduced on Charles Washington, Leo and Crescent Drive. The preferred pick-up and destination of the aircraft will be determined based on the year in which the dog is traveling, departing date, class of travel, and available suite space for dogs.
For under-feed complaints, CCDC, in its best interest to minimize shareholder headaches for its helicopter and aircraft services, will review reimbursement claims and deduct from the reimbursements spent on feeding the private political dogs.
Stay tuned for additional information on this process.
Part of the secret sauce of C.D.C., which has helped corporations avoid being sued more than 85 times since 1999, is its specially trained corporate defense attorneys who are exposed to the very real issues and potential for litigation that makes private flying for dog travel problematic.
“For the benefit of our shareholders, we have worked closely with several dedicated attorney clients to develop this policy and procedures,” said C.D.C.’s Chairman and CEO, Stan Land. “I’m proud of our team for identifying the issue for our clients and providing a solution.”
For more information, contact, Russ Thompson at C.D.C. at 340-278-9720.
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