Our transportation attorneys represent clients in a broad range of commercial and regulatory matters pertaining to rail, motor, and air carriage. Known for the depth of our experience in transportation litigation and appellate matters, we have participated in major cases involving rail mergers, state taxation of railroads, the creation of short line carriers, and various other cases of industry-wide significance.
We are recognized as a leading firm in virtually every major area of rail litigation and regulatory activity, and our experience in high-profile cases has given us a thorough understanding of the complex and evolving issues in rail transportation law.
In our motor carrier practice, we represent users of motor carrier services and operators of private motor carrier fleets in contract, commercial, regulatory, and Congressional matters. Our aviation practice focuses on representing foreign air carriers and other aviation interests in a variety of commercial and regulatory settings.
- Received a #1 Ranking in Chambers USA 2008-2015: America's Leading Business Lawyers; Transportation: Rail (Nationwide)
- 2013 US News-Best Lawyers “Law Firm of the Year” in Railroad Law (Nationwide)
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- Washington, DC Super Lawyers Recognizes 54 Steptoe Attorneys
- Steptoe Adds Aviation Litigator Roy Goldberg to Transportation Group
- Best Lawyers Names Four Steptoe Partners 'Lawyers of the Year'
- Steptoe Receives 77 Individual Mentions in Best Lawyers 2015
- "Legal Careers in Transportation and Transportation Security," Federal Bar Association, Transportation and Transportation Security Law Section
- Moderator, “New Rules for High-Hazard Flammable Trains,” The American Bar Association
- "Hot Regulatory Topics in US Aviation," Aviation Assembly
- "Aviation Litigation Update: Fees, Wage Laws, Airports & Other Challenges," 2015 Forum on Air & Space Law Update Conference
- What The High Court May Not Address In Frequent Flier CaseDecember 5, 2013, Law360
- Ginsberg v. Northwest: An Opportunity to Bring the Ninth Circuit into the Fold on ADA PreemptionOctober 2013, The Air & Space Lawyer