Sept. 14 2010
In previous issues of PARCEL Counsel, we focused on the relationship between shippers and carriers, including, most recently, contracts for transportation services between a shipper and a carrier. In this... View More
Aug. 17 2010
In the last issue of PARCEL Counsel, we analyzed the most commonly used terms of sale in the United States: F.O.B. Origin and F.O.B. Destination. In this issue, we will look at the terms of sale most commonly... View More
Oct. 8 2009
The two previous installments of PARCEL Counsel discuss the first two rules of contracting: (1) Know with Whom You Are Dealing and (2) Get It in Writing. In this issue, we will look at the four remaining... View More
Aug. 26 2009
In the last installment of PARCEL Counsel, the focus was on the first rule of contracting: Know with Whom You Are Dealing. In this issue, we will consider the second rule of contracting: Get it in Writing.... View More
March 30 2009
In the January issue of PARCEL, we discussed the topic of late payment penalties. There we gave an example of an LTL carrier whose tariff contained a provision for a loss of discount when an invoice was... View More
Feb. 9 2009
During times of economic slowdown, the need to understand the laws affecting transportation and the supply chain becomes even greater. When sales are down and profit margins are under pressure, there is... View More
Feb. 1 2008
William J. Augello was one of the country’s foremost transportation lawyers and a champion of shippers’ rights. In this column, we attempt to answer readers’ questions as we believe he... View More

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