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Landstar Express Am., Inc. v. Federal Maritime Comm'n., No. 08-1067

By FindLaw Staff on June 26, 2009 12:32 PM

In a petition for review of the Federal Maritime Commission's order requiring agents of Ocean Transportation Intermediaries (OTIs) to be licensed, the petition is granted, where the Commission does not possess statutory authority to require agents of OTIs who are not themselves OTIs to obtain licenses.

Read Landstar Express Am., Inc. v. Federal Maritime Comm'n., No. 08-1067

Appellate Information

Argued April 21, 2009

Decided June 26, 2009


Opinion by Judge Kavanaugh


For Petitioners:

David K. Monroe, GKG Law, P.C., Washington, DC

David P. Street, GKG Law, P.C., Washington, DC

For Respondents:

Benjamin K. Trogdon, Attorney, Federal Maritime Commission, Washington, DC

Deborah A. Garza, Acting Assistant Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, DC

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