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Ankura Consulting Group LLC
Historically, brick-and-mortar retailers, e-commerce businesses, and other small parcel shippers have had limited leverage in negotiating small parcel rates in a supply market...
Holland & Knight
The FMC Issues a Correction, and a Stakeholder Petitions the U.S. Court of Appeals
Winston & Strawn LLP
The United States reserves its domestic maritime trade to vessels "built in the United States" under a set of laws popularly referred to as the "Jones Act." What qualifies as "U.S. built"...
As part of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act passed by Congress on November 15, 2021, BABA established a domestic content preference for federal financial assistance obligated for infrastructure projects.
Seward & Kissel
The Maritime Security Program (the "MSP") is a U.S. government program under which a fleet of commercially viable, militarily useful merchant ships active in international trade...
Morris James LLP
In the wake of the tragic incident involving the collision of The Dali container ship with the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, Maryland...
Liskow & Lewis
On April 17, 2024, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit upheld the Coast Guard's determination that a vessel is considered "built in the United States" for purposes...
Ford & Harrison LLP
On April 12, 2024, the United States Supreme Court issued a decision that answers the question of whether the Federal Arbitration Act's (FAA) exemption from arbitration...
Over the last three decades, the paradigm for designing buildings, bridges, and other structures has been undergoing an interesting evolution.
Seward & Kissel
Following the recent amendments to the Marshall Islands Maritime Act permitting the electronic recordation of preferred mortgages and lease finance charters...
Liskow & Lewis
Liskow lawyers Cherrell Taplin and Melanie Derefinko recently secured a ruling in their favor dismissing the entirety of Plaintiffs' claims against Liskow's client, ExxonMobil...
Alvarez & Marsal
As A&M PEPI US monitors the implications of the tragic collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, we are working with clients to address...
The Department of State (DOS) has implemented a new visa restriction policy that "targets owners, executives, and senior officials of charter flight...
Braumiller Law Group, PLLC
Hot Topics in International Trade. BLG VP Marketing Bob Brewer sits down with Robert Stein, VP Braumiller Consulting Group and discusses the recent bridge collapse via the Dali at the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore.
Cassidy Levy Kent
Last week the Dali, a Singaporean-flagged container ship, struck the Francis Scott Key Bridge, an iconic landmark of the Baltimore City skyline and a vital artery for U.S. trade...
Smith Gambrell & Russell
On March 26, 2024, the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed. Spanning the Port of Baltimore, the Bridge was one of the busiest in the United States, handling more than 444,000 passengers...
Mayer Brown
On February 21, 2024, the Biden Administration announced its plan to invest $20 billion, including through grants, into US port infrastructure over the next five years through President Biden's Investing in America Agenda.
Memphis logistics companies are working to reroute cargo and ensure minimal delays after the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore collapsed Tuesday morning.
Torres Trade Law, PLLC
On April 17, 2024, the United States Trade Representative ("USTR") initiated an investigation pursuant to Section 301 of the Trade Act of 1974 ("Section 301") regarding China's acts, policies...
Ports along the US East Coast are swiftly adjusting their operations to handle cargo diverted from the Baltimore harbor, where the task of clearing debris from the destroyed Francis Scott...
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