Tyler P. Biddle
Mr. Biddle’s practice focuses on a wide array of transportation and logistics issues, including regulatory compliance, contract reviews, business transactions, hazardous materials compliance, cargo claims and owner-operator arrangements. He also litigates commercial disputes and assists companies facing investigations by TSA regarding air-cargo safety regulations.
Aside from his diverse practice assisting clients in transportation-related issues, Tyler enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, riding bicycle, hunting, and cheering on Indiana Hoosiers athletic teams. While in law school, Tyler interned with Judge Tanya Walton Pratt of the United States District Court of the Southern District of Indiana.
On The Road
- Risk Management – Transportation Exposures
Jan 12, 2020, Tyler P. Biddle, World Food Logistics Organization’s WFLO Institute West - Tempe, AZ
- Transportation Brief: Export Air Cargo Rules Changing in JulyOn July 1, 2021, the rules governing cargo offered for international air transportation will undergo a significant change. Read more about distinctions that will be eliminated, the technology involved, and how companies can plan for the upcoming changes.
- Transportation Brief: Spotlight on Cargo Claim & Freight Charge Practice — Managing the Expected & Unexpected in the COVID-19 EraWhen COVID-19 struck, shippers, brokers, and carriers had to stay focused on the immediate challenges of the pandemic. However, as we settle into the current “new normal”, cargo claims are back on everyone’s radar. Read more about expecting the unexpected to minimize your exposure to cargo claims, customer bankruptcies, and other collection issues.
- Transportation Brief: California Takes Aim at Mandatory ArbitrationThe Governor of California recently signed into law AB 51. Read more about how the new law impacts transportation businesses and what you should do now that AB 51 is law.