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This fast-paced overview will address some of the more consequential and interesting court decisions involving cargo claims over the past year, providing practical take-away lessons regarding limitations of liability, preemption, jurisdiction, insurance, claims periods and the like. If you're a motor carrier in-house counsel, freight claims manager, or loss prevention professional, you will not want to miss this timely briefing, with real-world fleet application, by one of the industry's leading freight claims counsel.
1. Current cargo claim case law;
2. Its Application to fleets in the real world; and
3. Potential future ramifications to your business
Marc S. Blubaugh, Partner and Co-Chair, Transportation & Logistics Group, Benesch, Friedlander, Coplan & Aronoff LLP, Columbus, OH
Marc Blubaugh, a partner in Benesch's Litigation Practice Group, also co-chairs the firm's Transportation & Logistics Practice Group. Marc has litigated a wide variety of transportation and logistics-related cases in state and federal courts throughout the United States as well as before administrative bodies. Among other things, he represents international and domestic carriers of all modes, freight forwarders, transportation brokers, warehousemen, other third-party logistics providers, and commercial shippers in a wide variety of surface, air, and ocean disputes including, but not limited to, high-dollar cargo claims, freight charge and pricing controversies, breaches of transportation, logistics, and warehousing agreements, prosecution of subrogation claims, insurance coverage disputes, trade-secrets and unfair competition litigation, and class action defense. Marc holds a B.A. from Case Western Reserve University, and a J.D. from Ohio State University, Moritz College of Law, graduating with honors from both.
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