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Crash Avoidance Systems, Robotic Cars, and the Future of Motor Vehicle Litigation
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Autonomous, driverless cars are coming, and coming soon. How will they affect your practice?

 Export to Your Calendar 10/27/2016
When: Thursday, October 27, 2016
12:00 - 1:00 pm
Where: Teleseminar
United States
Contact: Tom Hennessey
215-422-4932


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Products Liability-Motor Vehicle Design Issues:

Crash Avoidance Systems, Robotic Cars,

and the Future of Motor Vehicle Litigation

Autonomous, driverless cars are coming sooner than most of us expected. What impact will these vehicles and their advanced technologies have on auto accidents, auto insurance, and auto litigation?

This teleseminar addresses these issues and a number of other issues that could affect the practice of every auto litigator, including:

· What are the new technologies, how do they work, and how will each technology affect your practice of law, now, and in the future?

· What new safety features save lives and how do they work?

· Do these features cause accidents?

· Why are annual fatalities going up?

· What new features make a difference and why aren't they installed on all vehicles?

· Which technologies are available today?

· Is there a legal duty to make vehicles safer?

· How do new technologies fit into the legal landscape?

 

FACULTY

Larry E. Coben, Anapol Weiss, Philadelphia, PA

Jaime D. Jackson, Atlee Hall, LLP, Lancaster, PA

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