"Transportation, Logistics and the Law" in the United States Today
February 25, 2010
Hosted by Kelron Logistics
Join Brent Wm. Primus, J.D., Senior Editor of transportlawtexts, inc., in the first presentation in Canada of this one-of-a-kind course.
Course Objective: To provide a Canadian audience with an introduction and overview of the laws and regulations governing transportation and logistics in the United States.
The course is based upon William J. Augello's landmark text "Transportation, Logistics and the Law" (776 pages). Course registration includes a copy of the textbook.
Who Should Attend?
-- Manufacturers and distributors with shipping and receiving locations located in the United States
-- Motor carriers, property brokers, surface freight forwarders, and NVOCC's holding operating licenses from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC)
-- Attorneys seeking an introduction or refresher course in United States legal matters
Course Topics Include:
-- Rights and duties in the US of all parties in the supply chain --- carriers, shippers and receivers, intermediaries & 3PLs
-- Transportation contracting & bills of lading
-- Loss and damage claims under US law
-- Billing and collection of freight charges
-- Exposures to liability...and how to avoid them