THE SCOTUS DENIES PETITION FOR CERTIOARI IN CALIFORNIA TRUCKING ASSOCIATION v. BONTA: What’s Next for the Trucking Industry?
By Miles L. Kavaller Federal preemption of California’s AB5i under the F4Aii was at issue in the U.S. Supreme Court’s denial of the petition for
Dynamex Operations West, Inc. v. Superior Court, 2018 DJDAR 3856
By Miles L. Kavaller On April 30, in Dynamex Operations West, Inc. v. Superior Court, 2018 DJDAR 3856, the California Supreme Court adopted a new
WORKER MISCLASSIFICATION: CAN OWNER-OPERATORS IN THE INTERSTATE TRUCKING BUSINESS REMAIN INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS?
By Miles L. Kavaller “Wage theft” is the newest metaphor for truck driver claims as reported in a piece in the Los Angeles Times, Business
Jurisdiction Over Motor Carriers, Brokers and Forwarders: BOC-3 Consent vs. Presence.
By J. Scott McMahon and Miles Kavaller —Miles Kavaller Several years ago, while attending an industry function, a colleague and I were causally discussing jurisdiction
Negligence Liability for Brokers: Miller v. C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc., 2020 U.S. App. LEXIS 30751 (9th Cir. 2020)
By Miles L. Kavaller Conventional wisdom might suggest that a broker cannot be held liable for the damages suffered in a personal injury case. [i]
SECTION 7 CONUNDRUM
Reproduced with the Permission of Miles L. Kavaller One of the most often asked questions by carriers is whether they may collect freight charges from
CARRIER DISCOUNTS-WHO HAS TO KNOW
Reproduced with the Permission of Miles L. Kavaller A question from one of our members: Is a motor carrier required to show all charges and
CARGO INSURANCE DOES NOT ALWAYS PAY FOR ATTORNEYS FEES Reproduced with the Permission of Miles L. Kavaller Insurance plays a significant role in transportation activities.