The Ocean Carrier Equipment Management Association’s (OCEMA) motion to dismiss the American Trucking Associations’ (ATA) case alleging overcharging motor carriers for the use of chassis was denied.

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This dismissal paves the way for the ATA’s $1.8B case to move forward

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