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New trucking industry standards shift the focus of safe driving from motor carriers to drivers. As the regulations are implemented, long-term benefits remain debatable
Increased enforcement actions and government entities' challenges to the classification of workers as contractors have heightened awareness of this complex subject.
An experienced litigator and industry experts perform a comprehensive examination of evidentiary issues commonly arising in trucking liability cases.
Product liability litigators examine “no-injury” automobile class actions at the dismissal, summary judgment, class certification, and settlement stages.
The antiassignment provision of general liability insurance policies has become a major focus in coverage litigation and a hindrance in the sale of businesses.
Allowing assignment of liability insurance policies without written consent may result in dramatically increased risks to the insurer.
By Jeffrey T. Frederick, PhD, Reviewed by Marlo Orlin Leach
ABA Annual Meeting in Toronto, TIPS Public Service Projects at Annual Meeting, Leadership Academy Graduation
Key TIPS programs and events, October 2011-February 2012
Jacob M. Downs, Seattle, Washington, and Julia A. Bahner, Mercer Island, Washington
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