Regulating Congestion in the Transportation Supply Chain: Can It Be Done?



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Start Date: 05/24/2022
Start Time: 1:00 pm EDT
End Time: 2:30 pm EDT


This webinar will discuss whether amidst all this stress and strain, as well as a pandemic, government action can mitigate any of the problems facing the US international logistics supply chain. There are a number of legislative, regulatory, and executive actions taken and in process by Congress, federal agencies, and ports during 2021-2022. The distinguished group of panelists will discuss pending problems and proposals, as well as how in a largely deregulated transportation sector legislators, regulators and ports are addressing supply chain congestion issues, as well as using administrative tools as catalysts for innovation and system fluidity.


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Lucille Marvin, Esq., Managing Director, Federal Maritime Commission

Paul Sass, Staff Director, U.S. House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure

Hon. Mario Cordero, Executive Director, Port of Long Beach, Former Chairman, Federal Maritime Commission

Moderators: Jeffrey F. Lawrence and Rebecca Fenneman Principal, Jeffrey/Fenneman Law & Strategy PLC, Washington, DC


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Jeffrey F. Lawrence

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