A longtime trucking executive says the Supreme Court’s decision not to review a C.H. Robinson case could transform trucking.
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Two lawyers in the trucking industry break down the Supreme Court’s decision on the AB5 case, which will be “disruptive” to truckers.
The solicitor general has advised the U.S. Supreme Court not to hear the appeal of a lower court decision that would require adoption of the AB5 independent contractor law in the state’s trucking industry.
The Supreme Court’s decision to halt enforcement of OSHA’s vaccine or testing mandate is a win for employers, but the final legality of the policy is still to be decided.
Supreme Court blocks COVID vaccine mandate for large businesses On Thursday, the Supreme Court ruled in a 6-3 decision that blocked enforcement for vaccine or testing requirements for large private […]
American Trucking Associations was one of the many plaintiffs in the lawsuit that challenged the OSHA rules on 100-plus worker companies.
Currently, whether the recently revived vaccination or test mandate survives court scrutiny is still uncertain, and the Supreme Court will likely have the final say. For now, with compliance deadlines coming shortly after the start of the new year, companies need to start making preparations.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has opened the application process for $225 million in grants available to ports for infrastructure improvements. Plus, coronavirus idles containers, China outbound volumes are dropping, and Arizona’s gas tax hike is in trouble.