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The Driverless Commute: Product liability law in Germany for Level-3 (high automation) AVs
The success of the upcoming launch of Level 3 (highly automated) vehicles in Germany, targeted for year of 2020, will depend not only on technologically flawless equipment
Germany
1 Oct 2019
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Autonomous Vehicles: US Legal And Regulatory Landscape
Alabama has no laws or regulations concerning autonomous passenger vehicles. However, the state has passed legislation concerning autonomous truck platooning.
United States
16 Aug 2019
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(Smart) Autonomous Cars: No Longer Asimov's Science Fiction
Self-driving cars rely on a large number of data to work properly and to ensure a safe ride.
Italy
30 Jan 2019
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Robots And Liability: Who Is To Blame?
With this article we will address some legal issues concerning the liability regime concerning conducts featured by AI elements.
European Union
2 Jan 2019
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AI Data Lakes: Top Five Issues To Consider
Datasets processed through AI systems (also "AI Data Lakes") are becoming increasingly popular, with an exponential increase in potential "use cases."
Italy
2 Jan 2019
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Protein Manufacturers Beware: Muscle Milk In Hot Water Again
California federal Judge M. James Lorenz partially certified various classes and subclasses of consumers who had sued protein supplement Muscle Milk maker Cytosport, Inc., alleging that its product labels overstate...
United States
4 Oct 2018
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Increased Penalties Under The Australian Consumer Law Now In Effect
Increases to the financial penalties under the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) will come into effect on 1 September 2018 following the royal assent of the Treasury Laws Amendment Act 2018 (Act) on 31 August 2018.
Australia
9 Sep 2018
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Niet Weigeren Maar Veilen!
Aansprakelijkheidsrecht. Op een notaris rust een ministerieplicht. De ministerieplicht houdt in dat een notaris verplicht is opgedragen werkzaamheden te verrichten ...
Netherlands
20 Jul 2018
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Court Of Appeal Upholds Jury Verdict In Petitpas Et Al. V. Ford Motor Company, Et Al
This decision addressed a number of significant issues impacting product and premises liability cases.
United States
18 Jul 2017
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Australian Border Force Targeting Shipments To Australia
Australia has recently introduced new requirements which require an importer to certify that their product does not contain asbestos.
Australia
12 Dec 2016
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China's RoHS 2: Changes And Impacts
On 6 January 2016, the Chinese Government published the new piece of regulatory legislation named "Administrative Measures for Restriction of Use of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Products".
China
16 Nov 2016
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Proposition 65: New Regulations For "Clear And Reasonable" Warnings
WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
United States
18 Oct 2016
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Feds Give Green Light, Unroll Red Tape For Autonomous Vehicles
Federal transportation regulators have given the green light to autonomous vehicles, accelerating an already brisk race among technologists and car manufacturers to remove human operators from the driver's seat.
United States
12 Oct 2016
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Obama Signs GMO Label Bill Into Law
On Friday, July 29, US President Obama signed into law S. 764, which overturns Vermont's GMO label law and establishes a national standard for GMO (genetically modified organism) labeling.
United States
15 Aug 2016
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Icon To Customers: "We'll Sell You Our Aircraft, But Only If You Promise Not To Sue Us!"
It's a neat airplane. It lands on water! Its wings fold! It's composite! It even has a parachute!
United States
3 Jun 2016
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UAS/FAA/Products Liability
During the last several days, we have seen the principle of federal preemption featured in not only the drone/UAS World, but in the more traditional world of aviation as well.
United States
28 Apr 2016
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VW Group – A Storm In A Teacup?
We've all seen a lot of media coverage about the 1.2 million Volkswagen/Audi/Seat/Skoda vehicles sold in the United Kingdom that are fitted with "defeat" software and the storm clouds are brewing.
UK
21 Oct 2015
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Louisiana Federal District Court Ruling Turns The Duty To Preserve Evidence On Its Head
Dentons partner Lawrence S. Ebner, an appellate litigator, discusses the arguments against the district court's flawed spoliation decision in the July 2015 issue of DRI's For The Defense magazine.
United States
31 Jul 2015
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Administrative Monetary Penalties Under The Canada Consumer Product Safety Act - A Comparative Review
The Canada Consumer Product Safety Act came into force on June 20, 2011. It establishes legislative and regulatory requirements intended to modernize and strengthen Canada’s safety system for consumer products.
Canada
20 Sep 2013
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Congress Amends Consumer Product Safety Law
On Monday, August 1, 2011, both Houses of Congress passed virtually unanimously a bill to amend the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 ("CPSIA") in response to industry complaints that complying with CPSIA would prove excessively onerous to manufacturers. The bill now awaits President Obama’s signature, who is expected to sign the bill into law.
United States
10 Aug 2011
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