Independent Contractors in the Transportation Industry

Independent Contractor WebinarThe independent contractor model in the transportation industry has come under attack on a variety of fronts. Today, more than ever before, transportation companies must understand the legal aspects of managing a fleet of independent contractors.  Complete the form below to download the webinar, transportation attorney Fred Marcinak will discuss current legal trends with independent contractors.

Topics covered will include:

  • Workers’ comp issues
  • Drafting a strong independent contractor agreement
  • Employee misclassification claims
  • Federal leasing regulations
  • Insurance coverage issues
  • Lease purchase programs.

Fredric Marcinak is an attorney and founding partner at Moseley Marcinak Law Group LLP, where he represents transportation companies, including both carriers and intermediaries, regionally and nationwide on commercial litigation matters, including cargo/freight claims, collections/contract disputes, FMCSA, and state regulatory compliance and permitting matters, and insurance coverage cases. In these litigation matters, Fredric has tried multiple cases to verdicts before juries and handled appeals for transportation clients. By working with clients on these issues as they manage their companies, Fredric hopes to help lay the groundwork to stay out of litigation or to successfully defend it when it arises.

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