Introduction to Transportation Law – It’s a Multi-Modal World Out There

Date: October 31 2019 CLE Credits: 2 General

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Rebroadcast - October 31, 2019

  • 9:00-11:15am PST / 10:00-12:15pm MST / 11:00-1:15pm CST / 12:00-2:15pm EST

Course Description

This program was recorded on July 9, 2019

Every business relies on transportation—to receive its supplies and move its workers and products. But the law governing moving goods and people across the country and around the globe is often opaque, even for attorneys whose clients rely on complicated supply chains to get the job done. This course will orient attorneys to the statutory and regulatory landscape in five areas of transportation—marine, air, motor carrier, rail, and emerging technologies, and touch on “hot topics” in each area.



  • 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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    Katie Bass
    Katie Bass advises clients on complex civil litigation, including matters involving defense of civil and regulatory matters in the senior living and long term care industry.
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    Brynn E. Felix
    Brynn Felix is a member of our Commercial Litigation and Transportation Teams. Before joining us, she served as a Law Clerk to U.S. Senator Patty Murray’s Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions.
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    David G. Hosenpud
    David Hosenpud represents clients in the defense of class action and individual discrimination suits in both federal and state courts. His class action experience includes defending clients in lawsuits alleging wage and hour, and Title III violations under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
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    Sean D. Jackson
    Sean Jackson is a seasoned litigator who represents companies and entities in a variety of civil litigation, with an emphasis on employment and transportation 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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    Rebecca A. Mares
    Becky Mares is an experienced aviation attorney who advises clients on the acquisition, disposition, operation, leasing and financing of business and commercial aircraft, domestically and abroad.
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    Sativa M. Rasmussen
    Sativa Rasmussen advises clients from startups to established market leaders on corporate governance and contract law, internationally and domestically. Sativa also represents businesses in highly regulated industries with their transactional, regulatory and compliance needs.
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    David M. Schoeggl
    Dave Schoeggl focuses his practice on complex high-stakes trials and arbitrations for clients including national and international insurers, the aviation industry, product manufacturers, and local businesses facing difficult or unusual claims.
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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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      • 2 General Credits
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    3. Collection and use of social media/text evidence in rail-related employment and personal injury cases
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    5. Blockchain applications in marine shipping
    6. Integration of unmanned aerial systems into urban airspace
    7. Releases of future claims in railroad personal injury cases

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