Transportation, Logistics and the Law - 2015 Update
The Second Edition of Transportation, Logistics and the Law was published in 2004. Since that time there have been many, many court cases and a few statutory changes. This 2015 update covers eight of the most significant developments.
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This supplement is a must for anyone who has access to or has read one of the editions of Transportation, Logistics and the Law.
What does it cover?
Elimination of Antitrust Immunity for Tariff Bureaus
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) eliminates the requirement for cargo liability insurance
The interrelated issues of vicarious liability for accidents on the highway and safety ratings, SafeStat, and CSA
Vicarious liability of shippers and brokers for accidents on the highway
COGSA or Carmack? Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Ltd. v. Regal-Beloit Corp
The Rotterdam Rules
MAP-21: The 2012 Highway Bill
The So-Called Anti-Indemnification Statutes
Also available with Text on CD ROM (same price as the book)
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Anyone who belongs to one of the following categories:
Transportation and Logistics Professionals, staff, trainees and students
Attorneys and associates needing training in transportation law
Corporate Counsel and paralegals
Risk Managers and Cargo Insurers
Carriers, Forwarders, Brokers and Third Party Logistics Providers
Ocean Forwarders and NVOCC's
Government agencies and departments
Trade organizations and publishers
Warehousemen, Storage Facilities, Distribution Centers and Stevedores
Congressional Committees desiring a comprehensive overview of the laws and regulations governing transportation and logistics today – particularly the problems that remain in the aftermath of deregulation.
Federal and State Regulatory Agencies desiring to compare the laws and regulations governing all four modes of carriage, intermodal traffic and international commerce.
Corporate Officers and Departments responsible for providing education and training of employees.
Federal and State Judges and their law clerks needing a basic guide to transportation laws.