ATA Webinar - The Service Contract Act - Compliance Challenges & Liabilities When Moving Government Freight, Sponsored by U.S. Bank picture

ATA Webinar - The Service Contract Act - Compliance Challenges & Liabilities When Moving Government Freight, Sponsored by U.S. Bank

January 30, 2018

ATA Webinar - The Service Contract Act - Compliance Challenges & Liabilities When Moving Government Freight, Sponsored by U.S. Bank

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The Service Contract Act: Compliance Challenges & Liabilities When Moving Government Freight, Sponsored by U.S. Bank

 

Webinar Description:

Compliance with the Service Contract Act (SCA) is extremely challenging for the trucking industry because carriers need to track the time each employee spends assisting in the movement of the freight.  This fact makes specialized employee compensation, along with accounting records, your only defense when audited. If you haul federal freight, you don’t want to miss this webinar.

Join us on January 30th at 2pm to learn:

-       What triggers the SCA compliance;

-       how to comply; and

-       the severe penalties for noncompliance

Moderator: Rich Pianka, Deputy General Counsel, American Trucking Associations

Presenters:

·         Robert J. Henry, Partner, Scopelitis – Robert has practiced in the transportation industry for over 30 years. His background ranges from transportation contracts to acquisitions (as buyer and seller) and experience including antitrust, securities, and a variety of other areas of legal practice. Robert’s practice focuses on serving the needs of transportation clients, freight forwarders, and brokers in transportation and agency contracts, transportation regulatory matters including hazardous materials transportation and export regulations, insurance, and business transactions. Prior to his joining the firm, he was vice president and associate general counsel of SIRVA, Inc. Before SIRVA, Inc. he was vice president and general counsel for eleven years at Allied Van Lines.  Mr. Henry serves on the ATA Government Freight Conference Board of Directors.

·         A. Jack Finklea, Partner, Scopelitis – Jack regularly counsels employers on labor matters including compliance with the National Labor Relations Act, reactions to picketing and organizational activity, the defense of unfair labor practice charges, and union avoidance techniques. His practice areas include labor and employment, litigation and appellate, class action defense and complex litigation, as well as independent contractor issues.

For more information, contact Bill Wanamaker, ATA Government Freight Conference at: bwanamaker@trucking.org

 

 

 THIS WEBINAR IS SPONSORED BY U.S. BANK

 

As a single-source solution, U.S. Bank understands your challenges, including expensive manual processes, fuel costs and risk management. And with more than 25 years of direct transportation industry experience, we know how to partner for your success. Depend on U.S. Bank for the payment integrity, efficiency and security only a bank can provide.

The pioneer of electronic freight payment, U.S. Bank processes millions of freight invoices annually and provides a collaborative online environment for shippers and carriers to quickly resolve exceptions. In addition, its Voyager® Network is one of the largest fueling and maintenance payment networks in the United States, with more than 320,000 card-accepting locations across the United States and Puerto Rico.

For more information, visit bankonus.usbpayment.com

 

 

**NOTICE: ATA webinars are strictly educational for our members, and are not press events. The information contained in this webinar is not intended for, nor should it be used in, the production, editing or creation of news or analysis pieces. Participants are also forbidden from using them as background for published materials, white papers or other communications. Therefore, the contents of this webinar are strictly embargoed and off the record.

 

 



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