See Competitive Common Carrier
Services and Facilities Therefore, Notice of Inquiry and Proposed Rulemaking, 77 F.
FuelQuest Adopts PCATS-NAXML to Enable Integration Between FMS (Fuel Management System) and Common Carrier
Immediately after the trial, the defendants requested a hearing for the judge to determine whether any one of the four defendants was both a common carrier
and Aydin's employer.
Supreme Court has held that substantial nexus is not established when a vendor's only contact with a state is by a common carrier
In Ventura County, skunks and bats are the most common carriers
The history of common carrier
regulation of telephone companies demonstrates a similar dual concern with controlling monopoly and, more generally, with declaring telephony to be a public enterprise.
All wine direct shipping regulations place the responsibility for verifying the age of the recipient of the wine on the winery or retailer, not the common carrier
Upon appeal, the courts rejected the FCC findings and decided that there was nothing in existing regulations which prohibited a specialized common carrier
from competing head-on with AT&T Long Lines.
But because the courts have always held that no nexus is created when a common carrier
delivers the goods, as opposed to the taxpayer delivering the goods, the Guideline has again adopted a broader position than the courts have been willing to accept.
Authorize every common carrier
to meet or beat prices offered by competitors, even if that results in what would otherwise be an (unlawful) "discriminatory" price.
Finding the common carrier
rule "no longer viable as a matter of law or policy," the New York high court concluded "that the token booth clerk's assaultive conduct, which was indisputably outside the scope of her employment, does not give rise to vicarious liability on the part of her employer.
In addition, if a local telephone company chooses to offer physical collocation, it must offer that arrangement as a common carrier
service, subject to tariffing and other common carrier
requirements, not as an unregulated service as had been suggested by some local telephone companies.