The Transportation Industries Group of Foster Pepper PLLC is pleased to present the next issue of The Intermodal Lead, a newsletter summarizing legal developments in freight carriage, logistics and transportation infrastructure for firm clients and friends.
In this issue:
- Charter Parties: Who’s the “Carrier” for Purposes of COGSA Liability?
- Two Maritime Law Queries: What Constitutes “Discharge” and “Delivery” Commencing the Time to Give Notice of Claim; and Is a Freight Forwarder an “Agent” in its Relationships With Ocean Carriers and Shippers?
- Owner-Operator Isn’t Separately Liable for Cargo Damage Under State Law Bailment Theory
- Must a Product Manufacturer Label Irregularly Shaped Cargo to Avoid Responsibility for a Stevedore Dropping it?
- A Federal Court Applies Carmack in Broker’s Claim Against Motor Carrier (Yes, you Read that Right)
- Carmack Claim Doesn’t “Relate Back” to Time When Complaint for Breach of Settlement Agreement was Filed
- A Steak on the Grill, or, the Thing Speaks for Itself
For more information, contact any attorney from the Transportation Industries Group.
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