The Transportation Brief®: A quarterly newsletter of legal news for the clients and
friends -- Autumn 2016 Vol. 23 No. 4
In this issue:
Scopelitis In the News: "And The Defense Wins" 10/26/16 edition of DRI
• The Scopelitis Law Firm Launches New Consulting Business
• Protecting IC Status Requires More Than a Well-Drafted Contract
• EPA Enforcement of California Clean Air Rules Knows No (State) Boundaries
• Gearing up for the Impending ELD Mandate
Scopelitis partners Renea Hooper and Mike Langford on defense verdict obtained in double wrongful death case
Scopelitis in the News: "The FDA's Continued Focus on the Logistics Industry: The Sanitary Food Transportation Act and Beyond." September 2016, The Logistics Journal (TLJ)
Scopelitis Partner Nathaniel Saylor and Craig Helmreich share insights with TLJ on regulations that say the brokers are "shippers", thereby exposing brokers to direct regulation by FDA.
Scopelitis In the News: "Class Wage-and-Hour Litigation is an Ongoing Threat" August, 24, 2016, The Indiana Lawyer
Scopelitis Partners Jim Hanson and Chris Eckhart on the dynamics of class and collective actions and what drives them and why they should be a chief concern of every company that wants to avoid high-stakes, bet-the-company litigation.
The Transportation Brief®: A quarterly newsletter of legal news for the clients and friends -- Summer 2016 Vol. 23 No .3
In this issue:
Scopelitis In the News: "Warehouse Recourse from Conflicting Claims to Goods", Summer 2016 edition of 3PL Americas - North America's Warehouse & Logistics Magazine
• California Trucking Association Challenges State Misclassification Claims
• 7th Circuit Sides with NLRB on Class Arbitration Waivers Creating Circuit Split
• ELDs — To Charge or Not to Charge?
• New Salary Threshold for Exempt Workers
• Compliance with the FDA Rule on Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food
• Chicago Minimum Wage and Paid Sick Leave Ordinance
• Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 affords additional protection to trade secrets
Scopelitis partners Eric Meyers and Kevin Phillips on a warehouse’s legal recourse when faced with this situation involving conflicting claims to goods