Circuit Clarifies Railroad Liability in Cargo Damage Case

, New York Law Journal

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Railroads that damage cargo relayed to them from an overseas ocean liner are largely immune from direct liability to the shipper under standard intermodal transport contracts, the Second Circuit has held.

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