Marc A. Rubin, Partner
Marc A. Rubin is a founding partner in the Spector Rubin firm, and has helped shape international trade and logistics jurisprudence for an ever-growing and changing field by actively litigating leading-edge industry issues.
Mr. Rubin focuses his practice on litigation and risk management to prevent exposure before it occurs. Specialization in in international trade, customs, and all modes of the transportation chain allows a proactive approach towards minimizing risk and exposure through experienced and focused litigation strategies, as well as business planning and contracts. Representation includes direct clients as well as insurance defense.
Mr. Rubin represents service providers in the 3PL and 4PL arenas; as well as customs brokers in both errors and omissions type claims such as improper tariff classification or anti-dumping cases; and broker administrative actions, mitigation and penalties; and regulatory compliance.
General representation and litigation defense is provided to a wide array of clients throughout the United States and globally.
Mr. Rubin, in keeping with the firm philosophy provides a hands-on, tailored, and responsive approach to full service representation.
- University of Miami School of Law, Juris Doctorate, 1995
- George Washington University, Bachelor of Arts, 1992
- Eagle Underwriting Conference on Transportation Law and Forwarders liabilities- Europe/USA and Canada Toronto, Canada, March 2014
- Chicago Broker Forwarder Association, Chicago, April 2013
- Florida Customs Broker Forwarder (FCBF) Free trade zone conference/seminar, “The Pitfalls of Mutliple Undertakings in the Logistics Chain”, January, 2005
- Limited Brands v. UTi, 2005 WL 1629777 (SD Ohio 2005)
- Kellaway Intermodal and Distribution v. The Gillette Co., 578 F.Supp.2d 304 (D. Mass 2008)
- EXEL, Inc. v. Southern Refrigerated Transport, Inc. 90 F.3d 455 (6TH Cir. 2018)
- CEVA Logistics U.S., Inc. v. Acme Truck Line, Inc. 2018 WL 6694606 (Ct App Tx Houston 1st Dist. 2018)
- United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, 1997
- United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida
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