Clark Hill Attorney Bradford Hughes to Present Trucking Litigation Webinar Hosted by Magna Legal Services
Member Bradford Hughes will be a panelist for a moderated discussion titled “A Brave New World in Trucking Litigation” on August 5 hosted by Magna Legal Services. The webinar will cover topics including common misconceptions of jurors in trucking accident cases, juror reactions to key liability issues and propensity to award damages, identification of current strategic and tactical considerations in an actual case study, insights from experienced testifying experts, and best practices to empirically test and assess these cases with jury research. To register for this event, click here.
Hughes 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 currently serves on the Board of the American Bar Association’s Commercial Transportation Litigation Committee (CTLC) and Defense Research Institute (DRI) Trucking Committee. In addition, he is a member of the Trucking Industry Defense Association (TIDA), Transportation Lawyers Association (TLA), and California Moving and Storage Association (CMSA).
Legal, Tax and Infrastructure Requirements for Fleet EV Charging
Organizations that currently own or intend to acquire electric vehicles can gain insights into tax, legal, and infrastructure requirements by understanding best practices and common mistakes. The panel will also discuss new EV laws and charging technology.
For companies considering a full or partial transition to EV fleets, the webinar will discuss how to maximize tax rebates, determine optimal legal contracts, and identify funding opportunities. The presentation will also cover infrastructure considerations with regard to electrical and cyber requirements.