Common Fallacies of Shipper-Broker-Carrier Contracting

The Dilemma If you have participated in the third-party logistics sector as a shipper, broker, or carrier, you have likely seen the short-sighted transportation services agreement, which unnecessarily leverages brokers and carriers to accept defense and indemnity over issues that are not their responsibility. One version portends

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A “Double-Brokered”​ Load is Potentially Illegal and Breach of one or More Contracts…There is a Better Way.

Status is online Paul Stewart Logistics and Transportation Law/Commercial Transactions- Representing National Logistics Companies,Shippers and Carrier 55 articles In this time of severe limitation on over-the-road motor carrier capacity, the practice of “double-brokering” a load is rampant. Those interested in this article from the title most likely

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2019 Client Review Silver Award – Martindale Hubbell

Client Reviews   100%(5 recommendations)  5.0/5.0(5 reviews)   Communication 5.0/5.0 Responsiveness 5.0/5.0 Quality of Service 5.0/5.0 Recommended 5.0/5.0 Rated on 10/11/13 in Corporate Law. Mr. Stewart functions in a very professional manner and in my opinion is the “best” transportation attorney that I have encountered in my 41 years in

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Our Little Rescue…Maci

We have, either by happenstance, fate or grace, a little character (hard to call her a dog) who we named Maci.  Maci is believed to be 4 or 5 years old, and a mix of West Highland Terrier and some other breed that added spunk and spirit. 

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3PL’s and Brokers Should Never Relent to Collection Agency Threats Against Their Customers…There is a Better Way

While this article will necessarily discuss some aspects of consignor/consignee secondary liability for double payment of transportation charges, such is not the primary purpose. The central purpose of this article is more about how a 3PL/broker (“intermediary”) may effectively avoid losing credibility with their shipper or consignee

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