Caroline D. Milner
Ms. Milner’s practice is primarily devoted to defending clients in state and federal courts in matters involving labor and employment, personal injury, contract disputes, and general business litigation.
Ms. Milner focuses her practice on representing corporate clients in complex litigation matters across the country. Ms. Milner has defended employers against wage and hour claims and employment/wrongful discharge/discrimination claims in state and federal courts. She also has experience defending warehousemen against claims involving product damage and instituting and enforcing the warehouseman’s lien. Ms. Milner frequently counsels clients on drafting, reviewing, and negotiating warehouse and transportation related contracts. Ms. Milner is an active speaker and presenter and has participated in seminars on a variety of topics affecting the warehouse industry.
- Scopelitis in the News: "Biometric Privacy: Illinois Regulations Result in a Flurry of Lawsuits." February 2021. Transportation Lawyers Association's TLA TTL Magazine.The transportation industry is one in which technology is continually being used to improve efficiencies. Employers and vendors in the industry are using technology such as smart phone apps and electronic logging devices, and/or other operational and security devices, that may require, or will eventually require, collection, use and retention of biometric identifiers and use of same. Like most industries, transportation entities will be faced with important questions concerning privacy and legal requirements when it comes to biometric identifiers.
- Transportation Brief: Warehouse ChargebacksChargebacks are most common in the retail industry, but they have application in other industries as well. Read more here.