Clark Hill Attorney Bradford Hughes Quoted in Law360 Article, “Defiant Tesla Sues Calif. County, Reopens Plant In Power Play”
Member Bradford Hughes was quoted in a Law360 Article, “Defiant Tesla Sues Calif. County, Reopens Plant In Power Play” on May 11. This article covered the recent developments of Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s decision to reopen its California-based factory in defiance of county orders. Hughes commented on the tension between local and state governments as entities all over the nation navigate reopening businesses. The full article can be found here. (Subscription may be required.)
Hughes is a sophisticated and experienced commercial litigator who represents Fortune 500 companies, closely-held businesses, financial institutions, and individuals in litigation. He has a deep practice representing motor carriers, freight brokers, and shippers in trucking and transportation litigation. He is considered an industry leader in defending catastrophic trucking accidents, with particular proficiency in traumatic brain injury cases. Hughes has extensive knowledge of both the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations and the CSA (Compliance, Safety, Accountability) Program. He is an active member of multiple trucking and transportation organizations and is regularly called upon to speak to industry and trade groups.
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