Colin McRae and Brad Harmon discuss the upcoming Savannah Logistics Lunch in their article for Business in Savannah.
The 2016 Savannah Logistics Lunch will take place on July 21 at the Armstrong Center. Co-presented by the Center of Innovation for Logistics and HunterMaclean, this event will explore Technology and Transportation.
At the recent Savannah Logistics Lunch, more than 200 attendees gathered to hear a panel discussion on the growth of the cold chain and perishables industry sectors in the Coastal Georgia region. One word came up again and again: opportunity. Attorneys Colin McRae and Brad Harmon discuss further in this article for the Savannah Morning News.
The Georgia Logistics Summit, presented each year by the Center of Innovation for Logistics, is the premiere logistics event in Georgia. This year the Center of Innovation for Logistics and HunterMaclean have developed a new event focused specifically on the coastal Georgia region: the Savannah Logistics Lunch.
HunterMaclean has spent much of its long history serving the legal needs of companies at every stop on the nation’s evolving transportation continuum. Lyle Fitzsimmons from Trux magazine interviews attorney Brad Harmon to learn more about the firm’s transportation and logistics practice.
If you have ever ordered an item online, bought a new iPhone, or picked up a ripe California orange at the grocery store, you have utilized the enormous web of logistics that transports cargo around the world. In their article for Elegant Island Living, attorneys Colin McRae and Brad Harmon explain the complicated business of logistics liability.
In our increasingly interconnected world, technology is constantly providing new tools and new opportunities, creating business models that were almost unthinkable only a few years earlier. Many of these new tools involve the use of “software-as-a-service” (or SaaS), in which a vendor or service-provider makes a software application available for widespread use through an Internet site or mobile app. The near-universality of mobile devices and wireless or broadband communications is now enabling SaaS to transform how we conduct both our lives and our businesses.
The recent Russian embargo on certain agricultural imports from the U.S. and other Western countries will have an impact on local logistics and maritime commerce. The ban applies largely to U.S.-grown food products, including meats, vegetables and processed foods—all items heavily trafficked in Georgia’s ports. Attorneys Brad Harmon and Colin McRae explain how this will affect our local economy.