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Barnes & Thornburg LLP | USA | 22 Apr 2019

Insurance Policy Renewals May Be an Opportunity to Obtain Better Policy Language

Insurance policy renewals may present an opportunity to obtain better policy terms—not just an opportunity to seek better premium rates…
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Thompson Hine LLP | USA | 9 Apr 2019

STB Issues Notice of Public Hearing for Demurrage and Accessorial Charges

On April 8, 2019, the Surface Transportation Board (STB) issued a notice announcing a public hearing on railroad demurrage and accessorial charges…
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Goldberg Segalla LLP | USA | 8 Apr 2019

Combating Injured Workers’ IME Reports

Employers, carriers, and third-party administrators are all too familiar with Section 137 of the New York Workers’ Compensation Law and 12 NYCRR…
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Cozen O'Connor | USA | 3 Apr 2019

DOT denies petitions to initiate consumer protection rulemakings

The Department of Transportation (DOT) recently denied three petitions to initiate rulemakings on various consumer protection issues proposed by FlyersRights, a consumer advocacy group. The DOT's decision to refuse to propose new regulations is consistent with the Trump administration's efforts to reduce regulatory burdens on industry. Nonetheless, the DOT appeared to be sympathetic to......
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WSCO Advokatpartnerselskab | Denmark | 20 Mar 2019

Carrier subject to unlimited liability for theft of products from trailer

A recent Maritime and Commercial Court ruling highlights that a carrier may be exposed to unlimited liability for loss resulting from a failure to adhere to a shipper's demands regarding special precautions, even when these demands do not follow from the parties overall cooperation agreement. The case concerned PS4 consoles which were stolen during transportation after the exporter failed to......
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Wilson Elser | USA | 20 Feb 2019

Pre-trip inspections: are you doing enough?

Serious or fatal accidents involving tractor trailers or other commercial vehicles often arise in part from a maintenance defect in the vehicle. When this occurs and the matter proceeds to litigation, counsel for the plaintiff will shine a bright spotlight on the pre-trip inspection that was or should have been performed by the driver. This article addresses three key liability issues that......
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Dardani Studio Legale | Italy | 20 Feb 2019

Genoa Court of Appeal confirms decision on limitation of carrier's liability under Hague-Visby Rules

A recent Genoa Court of Appeal decision interpreted the principle of the limitation of a carrier's liability under the Hague-Visby Rules. The decision affirms that receivers must give actual evidence of a carrier's knowledge that damage would probably have resulted as a consequence of its reckless conduct in order to claim the exclusion of the carrier's limitation of liability, with no......
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Epstein Becker Green | USA | 6 Feb 2019

Third Circuit: Federal Law Does Not Preempt New Jersey’s ABC Test for Independent Contractors

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that a federal statute that governs interstate trucking does not preempt the application New Jersey’s ABC…
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Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP | USA | 21 Nov 2018

TCPA Christmas Come Early?: Reassigned Number Database, Wireless Messaging Ruling On Tap for December FCC Meeting

The FCC is expected to consider two items at its December 12, 2018 open meeting that will be of significant interest to TCPAland. Ok, don’t get too…
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Manatt Phelps & Phillips LLP | USA | 15 Nov 2018

California’s Net Neutrality Law Remains in Neutral

In a move hailed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), California’s net neutrality law has been put on hold—for now. The battle over net…
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