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Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein | Germany | 8 Nov 2022

Welche Verjährungsregelungen und Fristen gibt es im Transport-, Speditions- und Logistikbereich? Teil 1 nationales Recht

Mit diesem Blog-beitrag möchten wir Ihnen einen kurzen Überblick über die im nationalen Transport-, Speditions- und Logistikrecht anwendbaren…
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ALTIUS | Belgium | 2 Nov 2022

Belgium has implemented EU Directive on posting of drivers in road transport sector: what do employers need to know?

🕑 11 minutes With the Act of 19 June 2022, Belgium has implemented EU Directive 2020/1057 on the posting of drivers, by providing, among other things, adjustments to the Posting Act of 5 March 2002. Foreign posting employers are not the only ones impacted; the Act of 19 June 2022 has also introduced a new information obligation for Belgian employers posting drivers abroad. This article......
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Burges Salmon LLP | United Kingdom | 23 Jun 2022

Williams-Shapps Plan for Rail: consultation on legislative changes

Great British Railways is a central component of the Plan for Rail, and it is planned to bring together activity from a range of organisations…
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De Berti Jacchia Franchini Forlani Studio Legale | Belgium, European Union | 21 Jun 2022

Rete transeuropea dei trasporti. La Corte di giustizia si pronuncia sulla soppressione del collegamento dei porti interni con l’infrastruttura del trasporto stradale o ferroviario

In data 16 giugno 2022, la Corte di Giustizia si è pronunciata nella Causa C‑229/21, Port de Bruxelles SA e Région de Bruxelles-Capitale contro…
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De Berti Jacchia Franchini Forlani Studio Legale | Belgium, European Union | 21 Jun 2022

Trans-European transport network. The Court of Justice rules on suppressing the connection of inland ports with the road or rail transport infrastructure

On 16 June 2022, the Court of Justice handed down its judgment in Case C‑229/21, Port de Bruxelles SA and Région de Bruxelles-Capitale v Infrabel SA…
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Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein | Germany | 23 Mar 2022

Better count twice before loading – cabotage is limited to three part load shipments

The administrative court of Cologne recently decided against a Polish haulage company that transported goods within Germany. The defendant, the Federal Office for Goods Transport, claimed that the company had been violating the EU stipulations regarding cabotage as it had been performing more than three transports within seven days.
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Dardani Studio Legale | Italy | 23 Mar 2022

New regime for limitation of liability set out by Italian civil code

A recent legislative reform has set out a new regime for carriers' limitation of liability. The amendments concern article 1696 of the Italian Civil Code and relate to the limitation of liability of road carriers and to multimodal transports. The new limitation regime is a welcome provision aimed at clarifying the application of the uniform liability regime set out by the Civil Code and......
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Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein | Germany | 16 Mar 2022

Road haulage company transport manager: too much responsibility, too little salary

A road haulage company decided to allocate additional responsibility to an employee it hired as a transport manager and required him to work as a driver at the same time. Therefore, the employee was on the road for most of the time and not at the company premises. Is this in line with European Commission Regulation 1071/2009 and German law? According to the Administrative Court of Cologne, it......
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WSCO Advokatpartnerselskab | Denmark | 23 Feb 2022

Maritime transport: contracting party to framework agreement responsible for damage even when acting as agent

In a recent judgment concerning a consignment of cream cheese spread, the Maritime and Commercial Court found that a party who has undertaken to carry out a temperature setting check of a turned-off, empty container and fails to pass on the necessary instructions to its subcontractor to carry out the check may be considered to have acted with gross negligence.
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Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP | USA | 6 Jan 2022

TSA Instructs Immediate Cyber Preparations for Rail Owners and Operators following its Imposition of Similar Requirements on Airports and Airlines

Akin Gump published a client alert on January 6, which discusses that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), within the Department of…
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