Insurance and Liability Issues with Uber and Ride Sharing
1 Substantive Distance Learning CLE Credit
This credit counts as 1 of your 6 allowable Distance Learning Credits
Uber is disrupting the taxi industry with its nationwide car service. In doing so, it has also disrupted the auto insurance industry and generated new issues for auto liability litigators. This 60-minute program addresses the important issues created by this innovative business.
- The development of Ride-Sharing
- Using the Uber App
- Insurance Coverage Issues, including Phases 1, 2, and 3, UM, and UIM
- Status of Current Regulations and Legislation
- Workers Compensation Issues, including Classification of Uber Drivers as Independent Contractors
Scott B. Cooper, Esq., Schmidt Kramer, P.C., Harrisburg
David D. Tyler, Lobbyist, Pennsylvania Association for Justice, Harrisburg
Additional faculty to be announced
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*By Supreme Court Order, Pa.R.C.L.E. Rule 108 (e) has been changed to increase the amount of credits lawyers may earn via alternate delivery methods from four (4) to six (6) credits annually. The board also adopted a regulation change to increase the ethics component of the annual CLE requirement from one (1) to two (2) credit hours. The total number of CLE credits required annually will remain 12 hours