Legal liabilities, human resource issues and regulatory changes come with the territory in warehouse logistics. The International Warehouse Logistics Association brings together the third-party logistics industry’s leading legal and insurance experts to guide warehouse leadership and their legal counsel through evolving and continuing challenges.
The IWLA Warehouse Legal Practice Symposium tackles changes in warehouse, transportation and human resource law; warehouse security and insurance; legal documents; and regulations. IWLA events give participants ample opportunity to ask questions, share experiences and participate in discussions.
The symposium gives attendees first-hand information about the latest and more complicated laws that affect warehousing and logistics companies. Experts in warehousing law share their inside knowledge and give attendees guidance on how to protect their businesses. Topics include:
- transportation law;
- contract negotiation strategies;
- liens and customer bankruptcy;
- environment, food, and pharmaceutical issues;
- FDA regulations updates;
- 3PL & 4PL contracts;
- insurance updates;
- human resource law;
- emerging issues panel;
- government regulations update; and
- current case studies & discussions.
IWLA anticipates this event qualifying for Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) credit approval from the state of Illinois. It is anticipated that this course will be approved for up to 10.50 hours of MCLE credit each year.
Continuing Legal Education Hardship Policy IWLA may waive or reduce registrations fees due to hardship. To apply, please download the application and submit as directed.
Next Course: Nov. 3 & 4, 2016 in Rosemont, Ill.
IWLA Member both days: $999
IWLA Member Thursday only: $799
Nonmember both days: $1,599
Nonmember Thursday only: $1,099
Hilton Rosemont/Chicago O’Hare
5550 N. River Road
Rosemont, IL 60018
Hotel room block closed. If you need assistance in reserving rooms, contact Liz Whitney at education@IWLA.com.
The target audience is warehouse logistics executives, warehouse legal counsel and/or attorneys with warehousing clients and warehouse managers.