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June 2017 Archives

New report looks at the details of Tesla Model S crash

A government report concerning a high-profile accident that occurred last year in Florida was just released, providing new information about the accident but without coming to any definitive conclusions. The report, which was released by the National Transportation Safety Board, concerns a fatal crash involving a collision between a Tesla Model S and a large truck.

Motor vehicle automation and the issue of liability, P.2

In our last post, we began discussing the need to address the issue of liability in light of increasing motor vehicle automation, and the advisory guidance released last year by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. As we noted, the agency’s guidance leaves a number of regulatory matters squarely in the hands of the states, including automobile insurance regulation and liability, but a more defined approach to regulation has yet to be implemented at both the state and federal level.

Motor vehicle automation and the issue of liability, P.1

Previously, we looked briefly at the push to include automatic braking technology in new models of motor vehicles, and the promise this technology holds with respect to improving highway safety. This is true, of course, of automatic driving technology in general. The effort to make these technologies more available on the mass market is largely driven by the desire to cut out human error and thereby reduce motor vehicle accidents.

Automatic braking technology holds promise, but may also present liability issues

Automatic driving technologies, and automated driving in general, is an important emerging issue in the world of automobile manufacturing. The promise of increasing highway safety through use of this technology is great, but the regulatory structure surrounding automatic driving technologies is still developing.

Things you need to know about religious discrimination

In today's age, you would believe that every company is aware that employees practice all types of religion.Taking this one step further, you would also believe that these companies are familiar with the federal and state laws in place to protect employees against religious discrimination.

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