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Continuing Legal Education (CLE) &
Certified Claims Professional Accreditation Council (CCPAC)

Continue your legal education with the unique one day course developed by William J. Augello based upon his landmark textbook "Transportation, Logistics and the Law". The live version of the course is offered from time to time in various locations.

Registrants will receive 6.5 hours of credit for each day of attendance by the Certified Claims Professional Accreditation Council (CCPAC). State Continuing Legal Education (CLE) applications will be filed for 6.5 credits on request.
Transportation, Logistics and the Law
Transportation, Logistics and the Law -by William J. Augello, ESQ.
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The online version has been approved for continuing legal education credit in the following states:
  • Missouri - Reportable Self Study (6 hours)
  • New York – Eligible for up to 7.8 hours under New York’s Approved Jurisdiction policy
  • Texas – Reportable Self Study (5 hours)

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Benefits of the Course:

  • Provides a basic working knowledge of the laws and regulations affecting the supply chain and governing the relationships between the parties—shippers, carriers, and intermediaries.
  • Information you need for minimizing risks and protecting revenues for your organization and for your own individual professional growth.
  • Working knowledge of the laws and regulations affecting 3PLs... brokers, freight forwarders, NVOCCs, and other transportation intermediaries.

Benefits of the text:

  • A ready reference guide to enhance your skills in the field of transportation and logistics.
  • Includes hundreds of new court decisions, new sections on Cargo Insurance, Broker Liability, Importing and Exporting
  • Discusses the legal problems and consequences of the transportation arrangements entered into by shippers, carriers and intermediaries in all four modes of carriage - the subjects that you were not taught in school
  • Addresses the problem areas remaining in the supply chain after deregulation of our transportation industries.
  • Reveals where businesses are vulnerable to suffering losses and being sued, and offers suggestions on how costly disputes, litigation, fines and penalties can be avoided.
  • And much more...