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.

Transportation, Logistics and the Law
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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

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Who Will Benefit From This New Supplement?

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
  • Transportation Consultants
  • Compliance Officers
  • 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.