Kenco’s Ann Christopher To Present At WERC On Legal Challenges In The Logistics Industry
Ann Christopher, vice president and general counsel for Kenco Management Services, will be a featured speaker at Warehousing Education and Research Council (WERC) Annual Conference starting April 28 in Dallas, Texas. She will discuss the legal challenges in the logistics industry, and offer insights on minimizing liability.
Christopher’s presentation will cover protecting business interests through effective negotiation strategies; understanding contract law; collection strategies and challenges; and risk-minimization strategies. The session will wrap up with a legislative/regulatory update addressing recent NLRB initiatives, food security regulation and other timely issues. In another session, she will facilitate a peer-to-peer discussion on legal concerns pertinent in today’s warehouse industry.
Christopher is considered one of the country’s leading authorities on warehouse law, and has served as a speaker for the American Bar Association, Transportation Lawyers Association, International Warehouse Logistics Association (IWLA), Southeastern Warehouse Association, and Texas Warehouse Association.
The conference will run from April 28–May 1.
Kenco provides integrated logistics solutions that include distribution and fulfillment, comprehensive transportation management, material handling services, real estate management, and information technology—all engineered for Operational Excellence. Woman-owned and financially strong, Kenco has built lasting customer relationships for more than 60 years. Kenco’s focus is on common sense solutions that drive uncommon value. Also, connect with Kenco on twitter, facebook, linkedin, and the kenco blog.
The Warehousing Education and Research Council (WERC) is the only professional organization focused on warehouse management and its role in the supply chain, providing practical, how-to information to help members grow professionally as they improve warehouse and company performance. WERC is a not-for-profit organization with individual members. Members come from various backgrounds and represent a variety of distribution interests.