James I. Campbell, a renowned scholar of postal and regulatory law, has recently compiled a new book called Postal Laws of the United States. The book is a straightforward handbook to the major postal laws. It is organized by sections of laws and outlines the content of each law. Campbell’s book includes major sections regarding Title 39, but also includes a lot of information regarding US Code outside of Title 39. This book is an excellent referent and a good addition to a collection for anyone interested in postal policy and litigation. This book is available for sale at Amazon.com.
Campbell has counseled numerous firms such as the European Express Organisation, Federal Express, International Express Carriers Conference, TNT Worldwide Express, Government of Jordan, IBM Consulting, President’s Commission on the U.S. Postal Service and the Postal regulatory commission. He is a published author in the field for over 30 years now.
The book is a straightforward handbook to the major postal laws. It is organized by sections of laws and outlines the content of each law.
The sections of the books are:
- The Postal Service (Title 39 US Code)
- Uncodified Postal Statutes
- Federal Employment Laws (Title 5)
- Inspector General Act (Title 5 App)
- Criminal Laws Relating to Postal Service (Title 18)
- Customs and Trade Laws (Title 19)
- Aviation Laws (Title 49)
- Universal Postal Convention (2008)