Liability for Concealed Damage

Barrett, Colin
March 2000
Traffic World;3/27/2000, Vol. 261 Issue 13, p46
Trade Publication
Presents a question and answer advisory regarding the lost bill of lading and the liability for concealed damage in business logistics. Discussion regarding the liability of trucking company for concealed damage of products; Analysis of bill of lading; Importance of bills of lading copies in shipping industry.


Related Articles

  • Don't bank on brokers. Seaton, Henry // Commercial Carrier Journal;Mar2002, Vol. 159 Issue 3, p21 

    Presents a question and answer advisory related to the right of companies to seek payment from shipper liability. Debt of a broker that has filed for bankruptcy; Options to avail the payment of the debt; Provisions of the bill of lading.

  • Disputing Payment Terms. Barrett, Collin // Traffic World;8/12/2002, Vol. 266 Issue 32, p38 

    Analyzes the liability for payment term disputes in freight charges. Accounts on the experience of an international freight forwarder; Purpose of the bills of lading for shipments; Overview of section 7 of the bills of lading.

  • TRANSPORTATION.  // International Law Update;Jun2000, Vol. 6, p96 

    Focuses on the United States Ninth Circuit's ruling on whether Carmack Amendment applies on United States leg of international shipment under single bill of lading. Litigation over lost shipment of Nike athletic shoes from Indonesia; Carrier liability for transportation in the United States...

  • Liability for �Consequential� Damages. Barrett, Colin // Traffic World;11/29/99, Vol. 260 Issue 9, p46 

    Presents a question and answer advisory on liability of brokers for consequential damages in the United States. Importance of insurance protection for brokers; Definition of consequential damage in legal perspective; Responsibility of third-party providers regarding bill of lading.

  • Don't accept another's risk. Seaton, Henry // Commercial Carrier Journal;Apr2004, Vol. 161 Issue 4, p44 

    Discusses approaches that can be used should cargo insurers attempt to escape paying claims when their insured is not named on the bill of lading contract. Judgment on the case of liability for cargo loss or damage; Definition of the term carrier on the typical bill of lading; Materials...

  • Protect your right to get paid. Seaton, Henry // Commercial Carrier Journal;Sep2004, Vol. 161 Issue 9, p44 

    Presents a carrier's perspective on the signing of broker contracts that attempt to cut off trucking company recourse to the consignor in the event of a broker's default. Importance of recourse to the consignor in the event of nonpayment by the broker; Definition of the bill of lading; Legal...

  • No recourse against shipper. Barrett, Colin // Traffic World;4/5/2004, Vol. 268 Issue 14, p38 

    Present question and answer advisory on transportation law. Accounts on the case filed by a carrier against a consignee. Refusal of the consignee of the bill of lading to pay the bill; Violation of the carrier by extending credit to the consignee; Lack of recourse against the shipper.

  • E-Bills of Lading. Barrett, Colin // Traffic World;3/1/2004, Vol. 268 Issue 9, p38 

    Responds to queries on issues pertaining to logistics and transportation industry activities in the U.S., gathered as of March 2004. Legal implications of the tendency of railroad companies to demand, from their customers, bills of lading via the Internet; Clarification on whether or not it is...

  • Consignee Denies Delivery. Barrett, Colin // Traffic World;4/10/2000, Vol. 262 Issue 2, p54 

    Responds to a question submitted by a reader of the periodical 'Traffic World,' regarding a situation wherein a consignee insists that he has never received a specific shipment and refused to pay for the goods until a replacement shipment was delivered. Situation wherein a carrier would be held...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics