Jameson Rice guides businesses in transactions that support their operations, helps navigate applicable regulations and resolve disputes that arise from those operations. He has experience with multiple industries, but practices primarily in the areas of road, rail and intermodal transportation and logistics, as well as ocean transportation and issues pertaining to unmanned aircraft systems (UAS or drones). His experience includes:
Transactional: Drafting, negotiating and providing guidance regarding:
Regulatory: Provide guidance on federal transportation regulations and statutes, including:
Litigation and Dispute Resolution: Representation in federal, state and arbitration proceedings, often focusing on transportation issues, including federal preemption and freight claims.
Industry Leadership: Law360 named Mr. Rice a Transportation Rising Star for 2020. He is president-elect and a member of the board of directors for the Association of Transportation Law Professionals. He is chairman of the Rail Committee for the Transportation Lawyers Association. He also leads the Transportation Sector of Holland & Knight's Blockchain Initiative.
Publications: Mr. Rice authors the motor carrier regulatory column for the Association of Transportation Law Professionals' Highlights publication. He also regularly writes about topics pertaining to motor carriers and logistics for the Holland & Knight Transportation Blog, for which he is an editor.
Mr. Rice maintains a substantial commitment to providing pro bono representation, for which he has been recognized with a Spirit of Giving Award by the Federal Bar Association's Jacksonville Chapter.
Mr. Rice was formerly a member of Teach for America, where he taught in inner-city Baltimore.
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