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Transport and logistics

The transport and logistics sector is complex and highly regulated. Failure to comply can result in heavy fines and your drivers and vehicles being taken off the road. From compliance with operators’ licences to tachographs and driver’s hours, our team understands the issues facing retailers and can help you to achieve compliance whilst securing your commercial objectives.

  • Leading advice – acting for DPD in connection with a flagship scheme for 7.5 tonne vehicles which has gained VOSA approval.
  • Full service advice – from advising on data protection and website issues in relation to the delivery of products to households to the drafting of international logistics agreements (and applying those agreements in relation to CMR) to warehousing requirements and distribution contracts for the importation of products into the UK.
  • National and international client base – the team deal regularly with cross border transport issues having a detailed understanding of areas such as CMR.
  • High profile clients – advising on the outsourcing of freight and logistics operations.

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Commission requires delivery service providers to reveal price lists with new rules

Rules to enhance regulatory oversight and improve pricing transparency of cross-border parcel delivery services were adopted by the European Council on 12 April 2018.


Press releases

Browne Jacobson strengthens London commercial retail practice with double hire

Browne Jacobson has broadened its commercial retail offering with the appointments of commercial property partner Susan Voice and commercial solicitor Fiona McGurrin into its London office.



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The world’s seventh largest container carrier, Hanjin Shipping Co Ltd, filed for receivership yesterday as banks led by Korea Development Bank withdrew their backing from the company for failing to tackle its debt of approximately $5.5 billion.


Legal updates

Service twice as important as price when customers are making recommendations

Research issued by Market Force Europe shows that customers in the UK are twice as likely to recommend a restaurant because of the service given than the price of food or drinks.


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