Email Newsletter: August 17, 2019 Part II - Vol 129 No 130
Greetings!

This Newsletter is issued because NorthAmerican Transportation Association recognizes that our members need to prepare for potential problems in the transportation field. Businesses of all sizes must stay informed regarding regulatory and legislative change at both the State and Federal level.

Since our membership consists mainly of small to medium motor carriers, this newsletter includes noteworthy developments that might well affect transportation issues in your State with Federal rulings and/or state legislatures. 

NTA’s Hi-way Hi-Lites is intended to enlighten our members as well as our transportation friends on developments within the transportation-related industry and should not be regarded or relied as any type of legal advice or opinion.

Join the NTA and let us help you shine. For questions, please contact NTA President & CEO Wayne Schooling at wayne@ntassoc.com or 800-805-0040. 

Remember, our motto is  "Helping Others to Succeed in Business"
 
Wayne Schooling
NorthAmerican Transportation Association 
Featured Article
New Jersey Passes Landmark Anti-Wage Theft Law
Our friends at Seyfarth Shaw LLP who keep us updated on Wage and Hour litigation posted the following. This is just a reminder that if you utilize independent contractors and have improperly misclassified them according to their A,B,C ruling what you can be forced to face if your ICs were made employees.
 
Further, may I remind everyone that no matter what state you are in, other states such as California and Massachusetts are famous for copying these laws. Don’t forget that New York ruled in July that all Uber drivers are now employees ...
Helping Others To Succeed In Business
Cargo Hotline - by Valorie Steinbeck
We are pleased to welcome Valorie Steinbeck to NorthAmerican Transportation Association as a regular contributor. We are certain our members will benefit from her experience and expertise.

Valorie Steinbeck, Paralegal/Adjuster/BA Degree
Georgia, Florida and Texas Licenses
Cargo, Physical Damage and Liability

Ms. Steinbeck served as the Legal Administrator providing operational support and staff development to the legal team that supports Global Hawk Insurance Claims Department. Ms. Steinbeck provided leadership, training and support as a licensed adjuster for California and Texas claims in the area of Physical Damage and Cargo.
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New Quick Poll
How Long Have You Been In Business?
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Quick Poll Results
Are you still using an automatic onboard recording device (AOBRD)?

80 Responses

  • Yes - 35 (44%)
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