Monthly Archives: July 2016

First Known Fatal Accident Involving Autonomous Vehicle

The first known fatal accident involving a vehicle operating in a type of autopilot mode occurred in Williston, Florida on May 7, 2016. The accident involved a Tesla Model S electric car that was engaged in Autopilot mode. The driver

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Posted in Cyber; IoT and Technology, Transportation

CPSC Recalls Hoverboards for Fire Hazards

On July 6, 2016, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued a recall for more than 500,000 hoverboards due to fire hazards. The recall involves ten manufacturers, retailers, online retailers and/or US importers, with over half involving the popular Swagway

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Posted in Cyber; IoT and Technology, Product Liability

Utah Supreme Court to Rule on Named Plaintiff in Subrogation

The Utah Appellate Court recently issued an opinion in a medical subrogation case that contained broad language regarding subrogation law in Utah. See Wilson v. Educators Mut. Ins. Ass’n., 2016 UT App 38. The decision, read out of context, can

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