FMC threatens MSC with "default judgment" in US complaint case

MSC is under severe pressure from the Federal Maritime Commission in complaint case. The presiding judge denies a motion for a time extension in case where a transport customer accuses MSC of breaking a contract and violating US legislation. If MSC fails to present documents, the carrier risks a default judgment. Adjusted.

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Chief Administrative Law Judge Erin M. Wirth has run out of patience with the world largest container carrier, MSC.

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