Transportation Law

Transportation law presents attorneys and their clients with a very broad legal field to navigate. Maybe you represent a long-haul transportation company facing a myriad of challenging regulatory and legislative restrictions or the often harrowing task of negotiating with an insurance company on behalf of a commercial client after a terrible accident on the highway. Whatever legal situation you are handling, click below on FindLaw’s collection of Transportation Law articles as part of the Corporate Counsel Law Center Law Library. Check out other articles geared towards attorneys representing motorcycle injury victims, a discussion of the most common spinal cord injuries, and more information on what to do if your client is involved in a driving under the influence (DUI) case.
Transportation Law Articles
    • The Rise of the E-commerce Lawyer
      ccupying the entire 49th floor of the Toronto-Dominion Bank Tower at the intersection of King and Bay Streets, the heartland of Toronto's powerful and traditionally conservative financial district, is McCarthy Tétrault's recently established "New ...

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    • Traffic Tickets in North Carolina
      Almost everyone gets a traffic ticket at some point in their lives. In North Carolina, there is a wide variety of tickets that you might receive, including: Even if you have never had any traffic conviction in the past, a conviction of speeding ...

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    • Your Rights Under the Lemon Law
      After marriage, the birth of a child, and the purchase of a home, the next biggest financial obligation for most people is the purchase of a new passenger vehicle. Considering the price of new cars and trucks today, we have come to expect perfection ...

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    • Surveillance
      Surveillance is a method railroads and insurance companies use to try to discredit injured workers' claims. They have a long history of hiring private detectives to photograph and video tape injured workers. Whether or not you have hired legal ...

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    • Starting at Ground Zero
      In the wake of the September 11th attack on the World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan, New York State and New York City have established the Lower Manhattan Redevelopment Corporation (the "LMRC") to lead the planning effort for the redevelopment of ...

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    • Interesting D.U.I. Facts
      If you are arrested for D.U.I. and your license is confiscated by the arresting agency, you have 10 days from the date of your arrest to request an Administrative Hearing with the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. This hearing is the ...

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    • Minnesota Implied Consent Law
      When a police officer decides he thinks it is appropriate to revoke someone's driver's license, he fills out a form and sends a copy of it to the Department of Public Safety in St. Paul. This is actually a copy of the "Notice and Order of ...

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    • Making Work a Little Less Work
      "How can I get it all done?" This is the question of the moment in our accelerated world, where 24 hours in a day just doesn't seem to be enough time. But who has time to wade through all the latest techniques for attaining peak productivity to get ...

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    • Lunch at Ophelia's or Summertime and the A/C is Humming
      The third Wednesday of the month rolled around with the inevitability of a fourth Bulls' championship. Stuart - forty-two, thin as an oboe with a hairline that was receding like high tide on the Jersey shore - was to met Maurie - same age, shaped ...

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    • Expanded Hazardous Materials for Registration
      The Research and Special Programs Administration ("RSPA") of the Department of Transportation promulgated new regulations on February 14, 2000, that expanded the number of businesses that must register and pay fee assessments if they transport, or ...

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