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November 17, 2023 Upcoming in the November/December Issue of GPSolo Magazine

Transportation Law

Ashley Hallene

The “Transportation Law” issue is ready to hit the road. The November/December 2023 issue of GPSolo magazine examines this evolving area of law. Regulations are necessary to keep the public safe, but over-regulation can strain an already struggling economy. In this issue, you can learn more with articles such as:

  • “18 Wheels, No Driver: Risk, Regulation, and Best Practices for Self-Driving Trucks and Automation in the Trucking Industry,” by Pauline Costanzo Will and Jordan D. Mroczek
  • “Obstacles to Zero-Emission Vehicle Goals: Are We There Yet?,” by Kathleen Balthrop Havener
  • “The Quest for Rest: The National Truck Parking Shortage,” by Paul D. Cullen Jr.
  • “How Electronic Logging Devices Needlessly Invade Commercial Truckers’ Privacy,” by Charles R. Stinson
  • “The Disappearance of the Dormant Commerce Clause,” by Paul D. Cullen Jr.

Also, ’tis the season for gifts, so don’t miss out on the “2024 Tech Gift Guide” from Jeffrey Allen and me. It is loaded with ideas for you and your loved ones.

We hope these articles will keep you informed, safe, and happy this season, wherever the road may lead.

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Ashley Hallene

Houston, TX

Ashley Hallene ([email protected]) is an attorney and land manager with Demeter Renewable in Houston, Texas, and is Editor-in-Chief of the GPSolo eReport. She frequently speaks in technology CLEs and has published articles on legal technology in GPSolo magazine, the GPSolo eReport, and the TechnoLawyer Newsletter. Ashley is an active member of the ABA Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division, the ABA Young Lawyers Division, and the Senior Lawyers Division.

Published in GPSolo eReport, Volume 13, Number 4, November 2023. © 2023 by the American Bar Association. Reproduced with permission. All rights reserved. This information or any portion thereof may not be copied or disseminated in any form or by any means or stored in an electronic database or retrieval system without the express written consent of the American Bar Association. The views expressed in this article are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the positions or policies of the American Bar Association or the Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division.

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