T&LC Adds 3 Summer Virtual Workshop Series – Earn CCPAC Continuing Education Credits
Posted June 30, 2022
Earn 6 CCPAC continuing education credits for each workshop completed. Details and registration at www.tlcouncil.org
Motor Carrier Freight Claims – What You Need to Know
July 20, 2022
Freight loss and damage costs both shippers and carriers millions of dollars every year. Even though the great majority of shipments arrive in time and in good order and condition, shippers need to know what to do when something happens. This workshop will focus on:
- What are the first steps?
- What are the requirements for filing a claim?
- What are the critical legal issues?
Moderator: David Nordt, CCP, Director of Claims, The Gilbert Company
Panelists: Christine Gramse, CCP, Transportation Auditor, Land O’Lakes, Inc., Martha J. Payne, Attorney, Benesch Friedlander Coplan & Aronoff LLP
Jessie Renner, CCP, Senior Claims Analyst, Jarrett Logistics Systems, Neal Willis, CCP, Director of Carrier Relations – LTL+, Kuehne+Nagel Inc
|Cross-Border Shipments – What You Need to Know
August 3, 2022
Canada and Mexico are our largest trading partners and thousands of cross-border shipments move every day. This workshop will cover the differences between the laws and regulations governing shipments to and from our neighbors as well as the practices and procedures that you need to know to ensure an efficient supply chain for these goods and avoid potential problems. Panelists will cover cargo liability under U.S., Canadian and Mexican law and bills of lading, the rules governing Canadian and Mexican carriers operating in the U.S., and discuss subjects like cargo insurance, documentation and customs duties.
Moderator: Neal Willis, CCP, Director of Carrier Relations, Kuehne+Nagel Inc
Panelists: Gordon Hearn, Esq., Fernandes Hearn LLP, Roxana Osuna, Senior Compliance Officer, ILS Company
Intermodal Transportation – What You Need to Know
August 17, 2022
Have you ever watched a train go by that is over a mile long with and carries over 100 trailers or containers? A major portion of the nation’s freight moves just this way every day. Intermodal movements not only involve multiple parties, but are subject to laws, rules, practices and liabilities that are different from over-the-road trucking. Panelists will give an overview of the intermodal industry, the role of motor carriers, railroads, drayage agents, intermodal marketing companies and other intermediaries, and subjects like liability for cargo loss and damage.
Moderator: Jerrod Slaughter, Director of Global Logistics, KEEN Inc.
Panelists: Larry Gross, President, Gross Transportation Consulting Kristy Knichel, President, Knichel Logistics, Inc., Steven C. Weiss, Esq., Weiss Law Offices, P.C.