Cutting Edge Transportation Issues For Litigation CLE
Cutting Edge Transportation Issues for Litigation and Transactional Cases

$195.00

Clear

Live Webcast/Rebroadcast – You watch the course online at the specified date and time shown below. You can ask questions and receive answers during the course.

On-Demand – You watch the course anytime and will have access to the course 24/7. Our On-Demand courses are available within 5-10 business days after the original recording and accessible for one year.

Course Description

Rebroadcast – December 1, 2020

  • 9:00-12:30pm PT / 10:00-1:30pm MT / 11:00-2:30pm CT / 12:00-3:30pm ET

The Transportation of cargo and passengers and the vast network of indispensable supporting infrastructure drives the economy on both a national and global level. Transportation law is very broad, encompassing rail, marine, aviation and trucking modes, logistics, construction, real estate, antitrust regulation, intellectual property and patents of new technology, and cybersecurity issues. The Cutting Edge Transportation Issues for Litigation and Transactional Cases CLE provides the latest updates on trending legal issues impacting transportation. This presentation provides valuable insight to both litigation and transactional professionals.

Andrew Gabel
Andrew Gabel represents design professionals, public and private owners, contractors, product manufacturers and insurers in construction and real estate matters. He serves as a strategic advisor at all stages of the project, and helps clients anticipate and remove roadblocks.
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Andrew G. Yates
Andrew Yates represents railroads, federal and state-chartered banks, loan servicers and other transportation and financial services industry clients in civil litigation and regulatory enforcement matters.
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Brian T. Kiolbasa
Brian Kiolbasa represents financial institutions, businesses and individuals in a broad range of commercial and complex litigation matters in state and federal courts throughout Oregon. He works closely with clients to develop a litigation strategy for high stakes lawsuits and to address emerging legal issues.
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Hans Huggler
Hans Huggler resolves his clients’ cases with a practical and courteous approach. A long-time Pacific Northwesterner admitted to practice in Oregon, Washington and Alaska, Hans has experience advocating for individual and business clients in state and federal courts, and believes client service and responsiveness is the foundation of a successful practice.
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Jennifer McMillan Beyerlein
Jennifer McMillan Beyerlein is Chair of the firm’s Construction Team and concentrates her practice on construction litigation and drafting and negotiating complex construction contracts. She has a diverse background that includes representing architecture and engineering firms in malpractice claims, private owners and developers, and municipalities and public owners on various public works projects.
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Joan E. Robinson
Joan Robinson represents and advises financial institutions, large and small businesses and individuals in a wide range of real estate and banking-related matters. Having worked in-house for almost half of her career, clients appreciate the unique sensibility Joan brings to her role, understanding business from the inside and having developed the ability to analyze, draft and negotiate complex transactions.
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Joseph D. Adamson
Joseph Adamson counsels individuals and businesses in antitrust and complex commercial litigation matters. Joseph has extensive experience with investigations and litigation concerning corporate integrity, including those of criminal fraud and price-fixing, including representing clients in investigations by the U.S. Department of Justice and various state attorneys general.
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Katie Matison
Katie Matison represents U.S. and international transportation and insurance clients in sophisticated complex high-profile litigation, coverage disputes, and transactional matters.
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Lisa D. Poplawski
Lisa Poplawski is a business attorney who advises clients on mergers and acquisitions, securities, corporate finance and governance, as well as matters related to aviation law. She provides guidance on corporate formation and capitalization, and assists public, private and nonprofit businesses with all corporate needs.
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Michael M. Brown
Mac Brown is a skilled trial lawyer with substantial experience resolving complex insurance disputes. He advises national and international insurers and litigates cases involving every type of insurance policy, from commercial liability, to first-party property, to ERISA-governed plans.
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Paul Spatafore
As a former Legal and Intellectual Property Director for a biotech and life sciences company, Paul Spatafore brings together dynamic in-house legal experience with quality patent application and management know-how.
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Per Jansen
Per Jansen represents individuals and entities in many areas of litigation, including complex commercial litigation, employment and class action cases. His experience includes a wide variety of commercial litigation, state tax controversy, white collar, wage and hour and other employment disputes, including discrimination claims.
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Qingqing Miao
Qingqing Miao is a business and immigration attorney with a focus on general business and aviation transactions. She advises clients on business matters including company formation, contract drafting, dispute resolution, mergers and acquisitions, etc. Her aviation transactional practice includes providing legal assistance to clients in aircraft acquisition and sale, leasing and financing, FAA regulatory matters, etc
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Ryan D. Nichols
Ryan Nichols represents and advises clients — including many of the world’s wealthiest individuals and most successful corporations — in all aspects of the purchase, sale, lease, exchange, financing, and operation of business and commercial aircraft.
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