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  • The Owner-Operator Business Model
  • Autumn 2007 Vol. 14 No. 4
    Recent Agency Action Confirms a Reduction in DOT Jurisdiction Over Small Freight Carriers Proposed Regulations May Increase Overall Tax Liability for Carriers with Captive Insurers Hours of Service Developments Roll On Selling? Stock Sales Offer Advantages
  • Summer 2007 - Vol. 14 No. 3
    Changes in the Owner-Operator Climate Demand Motor Carrier’s Attention Consultant Reports Pose Risk of Discovery in Litigation Federal Court Overturns New Hours of Service Regulations New North American Border-Crossing Requirements Anticipated Effective Communication is Key to Defending Whistle-Blower Claims
  • Preferred Venue and R&D Transport
    This article first appeared in Volume 3, No. 2 of the Indiana Civil Litigation Review, a publication of the Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana. It appears here with permission of DTCI.
  • Smith v. Toney: The Indiana Supreme Court Narrows the Scope of "Bystander" Claims for Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress
    This article first appeared in Volume 3, No. 2 of the Indiana Civil Litigation Review, a publication of the Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana. It appears here with permission of DTCI.
  • Spring 2007 - Vol. 14 No. 2
    Indiana Decisions Trend Positive For Motor Carriers In Personal Injury Accidents Ruling Issued In OOIDA v. Landstar Case Negotiation Counsel Offers Alternative Response To Catastrophic Accidents
  • Winter 2007 - Vol. 14 No. 1
    Homeland Security Steps Up Border-Crossing Regulations Canada Adopts New Hours Of Service Rules Transportation Service Providers Beware Of Multi-Modal Liability Limitations Cross-Border Insurance: Proposed FMCSA Rulemaking
  • Autumn 2006 - Vol. 13 No. 3
    Unanticipated Risks May Arise From 3PL Operations Contingent Coverage Caveats Freight Forwarding/Brokerage Update Clearly Communicate Your Role When Offering Transportation Services