Logistics Management and Legal Dimension

A Panel on Logistics Management and Legal Dimensions was held in 3 March 2017 in cooperation with Beykoz University and Istanbul Bar Association's Logistics and Transport Law Commission. The opening speeches of the panel, which was held at the Kavacık Campus of the Beykoz University, were held by the President of the Istanbul Bar Association. Mehmet Durakoğlu, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Beykoz University Ruhi Engin Özmen, Rector of Beykoz University. Dr. Mehmet Durman, Chairman of Istanbul Bar Association Logistics and Transport Law Av. Egemen Gürsel made the Ankara University.

The President of Istanbul Bar Association Mehmet Durakoğlu started his opening speech by expressing his happiness for the establishment of Beykoz University and the binding of Beykoz Lojistik Vocational School to Beykoz University. Logistics Management and Legal Aspects of the Panel indicating that the sector is very important in terms of Durakoğlu, "the transport law, a necessity for Turkey to transform logistic law. Logistics law is a wide area including commercial law, domestic law and international law. Studies and regulations in this field are of great importance for the sector. Bu

Beykoz University Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Ruhi Engin Özmen his speech, that it has an important place in Turkey's strategic plan of the logistics sector and the legal problems of the sector, noting that stemmed from domestic and international law, "in this sector, I was involved in the year 30, unresolved problems in these two areas The development of the logistics sector is not possible. European Union's (EU) barriers on visa and transition documents, legal problems arising from multimodal transport, problems arising from the appointment of experts, conflicts of insurance and transportation law, regulations on labor peace are the most important topics. Both the firms in the sector and the representatives of the sector follow these fields and if possible, the solution is possible. Bu Özmen also expressed their satisfaction for organizing the panel with the Istanbul Bar Association.

Rector of Beykoz University Dr. In his opening speech, Mehmet Durman talked about the work done by Beykoz University in the field of logistics and the human resources that he has raised so far. I believe that we will be able to carry out important works in this field with the Istanbul Bar Association. The panel that we have held today is the first activity we made after becoming a university and I see this activity as a beginning of the activities that we will carry out together with the Istanbul Bar Association. Bugün

Lawyer Egemen Gürsel, head of the Istanbul Bar Association's Logistics and Transport Law Commission, also talked about the work of the commission. Today's panel is of great importance to know both the commission's work in this field. I would like to thank Beykoz University for its support in organizing such a panel. Bey

The panel then continued with two sessions.
The first session was chaired by the Dean of the Faculty of Business and Management Sciences at Beykoz University. Dr. Mehmet Şakir Ersoy did. UTİKAD Secretary General Cavit Uğur, Istanbul Bar Association Logistics and Transport Law Member of the Commission and Beykoz University Lawyer Burcu Çotuksöken, Beykoz University Faculty of Business and Management Faculty Member. Assoc. Dr. Ezgi Uzel Aydınocak spoke about ası Logistics Regulations, Applications and Future, The Relationship of Subcontractor with the Employer in the Logistics Sector and Its Reflection on the Supreme Court Decisions and the Problems Related to the Transport of Dangerous Goods, Problems Due to Implementation, Legislation and ADR Comparison Sor.

The speakers of the second session were Av. Egemen Gürsel Ankara, Assist. Assoc. Dr. Prof. Dr. Türkay Özdemir, Dr. He was Kerim Atamer. The speakers gave information to the participants about ıl CMR Convention and CMR Liability Insurance, Air Transporter in Montreal Convention, Mixed Transports Konuşma.

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