terminals 

 

Freight and passenger terminals in the rail, marine, trucking and aviation industries frequently interrupt the efficient flow of goods within countries and around the world. Investment in terminals is expected to continue apace, with a view to improving domestic and global supply chains.

Complex regulatory regimes can make investment and participation in the terminal business a significant challenge. With counsel from lawyers who are expert in the field and have deep experience across the transportation industry, their chances for success are greatly increased.

McMillan's Transportation Industry Group delivers experienced legal advice to parties involved directly in or interfacing with terminal in all transportation modes. Our industry specialists work on everything from transactional matters to long-term multi-disciplinary engagements to create ports and other terminal facilities. We have assisted clients with domestic and export terminal handling facilities as well as those relating to bulk commodity handling and container terminal facilities.

McMillan professionals help clients lead by :

  • Advising on the structure, financing and construction of major infrastructure projects at ports, including private equity, public infrastructure and public-private partnerships (P3s)
  • Negotiating handling agreements for businesses using or operating terminal facilities
  • Advising on port and terminal privatizations
  • Assisting with the establishment, governance, regulation and operation of port authorities
  • Assisting with issues relating to port property (including privately-owned and government-owned real property), environmental protection, land use and taxation
April 2016
Transportation Bulletin
2015
American Bar Association's Transportation and Energy Industries Committee Newsletter
May 7, 2014
Transportation of Coal: A Regulatory Perspective
May 2011
Transportation and Innovation: the Roles of Governments, Industry and Academia, Proceedings of the 46th Annual Conference of the Canadian Transportation Research Forum, Gatineau, Québec
November 16, 2007
In Brief, Winter 2007/2008
July 23, 2007
Lang Michener Transportation Alert
July 23, 2007
Lang Michener Transportation Alert
June 2003
Lang Michener In Brief