Member Bradford Hughes Quoted in Law360 Article on Upcoming Legal Clashes Involving Trucking Industry
Member Bradford Hughes was quoted in a Law360 article titled “Trucking Industry Preemption Battles to Watch” published on October 3. The article covers several key issues regarding workplace standards for the transportation industry that have been in conflict between state regulators and federal provisions. For the full article, 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. He has extensive knowledge of both the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations and the CSA (Compliance, Safety, Accountability) Program. Hughes 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).
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