There are two matters currently before the U.S. Supreme Court that could potentially change the future landscape in the defense of vehicle manufacturers in product liability lawsuits here in the United States. Continue Reading U.S. Supreme Court’s Upcoming Decisions Address Stream of Commerce Plus Theory – Does Plaintiff’s Accident Arise from Defendant’s Conduct Within the State?
Back in January, we reported New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s veto of legislation that would have amended the state’s Vehicle and Traffic Law to define and legalize the statewide use of electric scooters and electric bicycles. Continue Reading New York Finally Passes Legislation Regulating the Use of E-Bicycles and E-Scooters
With the urgent need for more ventilators in the past few months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have seen the U.S. Automakers answer our country’s call for help by shifting their focus from manufacturing vehicles to manufacturing ventilators. Continue Reading Will the PREP Act Adequately Protect U.S. Automakers That Are Now Making Ventilators from Future Product Liability Claims?
In a flurry of year-end activity, New York’s Governor Andrew Cuomo issued a series of legislative vetoes – at least three of which should be of interest to our readers.
In California − the World’s seventh largest economy and a state that comprises roughly 40 million people − state lawmakers have passed a new law that aims to protect the privacy of consumers, and specifically details new notice requirements for those businesses that are collecting data from consumers on the web or even through conventional means at their brick-and-mortar locations.
Continue Reading California Consumer Privacy Act Will Impose New Obligations on Businesses that Collect Consumer Data from California Residents