I’m an attorney, a pilot, and an aircraft owner. My practice includes aviation law and intellectual property. I also teach Aviation Law at Marquette’s law school. My book isn’t finished but it tells the story of the legal and business feuding between the Wright brothers and Glenn Curtiss over the invention of flying machines and controlled flight. It is the untold story of the aileron patent litigation. It demonstrates how the combination of poor business decisions and attorney misconduct wrecked the early U.S. aircraft industry, wasted fortunes, took lives, with a negative impact on the course of world history.