Truckers Weigh Doing Business In Calif. Amid Tougher Regs

Law360, New York (March 24, 2016, 4:47 PM EDT) -- Commercial truckers running shipments in or through California are facing mounting economic pressures from the state's regulatory and litigation climate that has targeted their way of doing business, experts say, driving companies to rethink their operations or pull out from the market.

The trucking industry in recent years has been fighting a bruising battle against California's growing coterie of rules and regulations that experts say have become increasingly onerous, including unsuccessfully challenging them in California courts for conflicting with uniform national standards the trucking sector is already required to follow.

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