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Crash Avoidance Technologies Are Here and Autonomous Vehicles Are Coming: Identifying Robot Car Defects and What to Do About Them
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June 30, 2020
Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys
The webinar will clear confusion over terms used by the industry and media when talking about autonomous vehicles. It will cover where robot cars are today and where they are going tomorrow, how to identify robot car defects, and what to do about those defects. Julian Gomez is special liaison to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on behalf of AAJ’s Products Liability Section and the Attorneys Information Exchange Group. He has a national and international practice focusing on catastrophic product liability and negligence cases, mass torts, and contingent commercial litigation.Expand summary
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