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Live Webcast – November 20, 2020
- 12:00-1:00pm PT / 1:00-2:00pm MT / 2:00-3:00pm CT / 3:00-4:00pm ET
As vehicles get smarter, the features that they offer continue to enhance the driving experience, and providing greater levels of safety through the addition of autonomous, and autonomous type features. This course will explore the emerging technologies associated with autonomous vehicles. The various levels of autonomous features will be explained, as well as the regulatory landscape that governs these features. Various tort theories and ethical dilemmas surrounding these emerging technologies will also be explored.
Zachary B. Pyers
Zachary B. Pyers is a Partner in the Columbus, Ohio, office of Reminger Co., L.P.A., and actively practices throughout Ohio and West Virginia. His practice focuses on civil litigation, including complex litigation, corporate and commercial litigation, professional liability, and general liability. Zach regularly litigates complex commercial, professional liability, tort, and class action matters. He represents clients in commercial disputes, including: breach of contract claims; anti-trust actions; covenants not to compete; and, business torts. In his professional liability practice, Zach represents: attorneys; accountants; architects; engineers; surveyors; builders; real estate agents, insurance agents; directors and officers; and, investment advisors in litigation and licensure proceedings.
1 General Credit
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- Development of autonomous features
- Levels of autonomous features in vehicles
- Regulatory framework governing autonomous vehicles
- Tort law theory regarding autonomous features
- Ethical dilemmas with autonomous vehicles