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Shipper And Motor Carrier Can Agree On Method Of COD Payment Without Violation Of Filed Rate Doctrine

Imports, Etc. sold 511 cartons of women’s shoes to A&M Department Stores. Imports hired ABF Freight Systems, Inc. to deliver the shoes. The alternative Straight Bill of Lading provided that the ABF driver was to receive two payments on delivery of the shoes. One payment was to ABF for the freight charges. The other COD […]

Mike Mills Invited to Speak at the Nevada Trucking Association “Safety Round Table”

Mike will be speaking on the topic: “Using Independent Contractors in Trucking Operations; Risks and Mitigation”. For more information on the “Safety Round Table” contact the Nevada Trucking Association. For more information on the topic, contact Mike Mills directly at 702-240-6060 or by email Mike@McMillslaw.com.  

The 2015 Nevada Legislature Repeals NRS 690B.042 Requiring Policy Limit Disclosures.

For the last 20 years, insurance companies operating in Nevada have been required to disclose their insured’s policy limit to Plaintiff’s attorneys if certain conditions are met.  However, Nevada’s 2015 legislature repealed NRS 690B.042 altogether.  Insurance companies no longer are required to disclose the liability limits of their insured before a lawsuit is filed. Plaintiff’s […]

Happy President’s Day

On this day, to celebrate Washington’s Birthday have some cherry pie. If you would rather, have some cornbread and gingerbread men to honor Abraham Lincoln. If your diet or schedule doesn’t allow those, let’s take a moment to reflect on the collective good done by all of the presidents of the United States. Still the […]

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Had a Dream . . .

As our nation celebrates Martin Luther King’s birthday, let us reflect on a few of his words. “I say to you today, my friends, so even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream. I have a dream that […]