WILTON, CT – JANUARY 23, 2018 – Consumer law firm Lemberg Law has filed suit against General Motors for negligence in a crash involving a motorcyclist and a GM self-driving car. The filing, Nilsson v. General Motors, notes that Mr. Nilsson was riding his motorcycle behind a self-driving Chevrolet Bolt when the driver “commanded the […]Read More
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Driverless cars will zip and hum on America’s streets sooner than you may realize. At least 18 automakers, including companies like Ford, GM, Toyota, and Tesla, have invested millions of dollars into autonomous vehicle (AV) research. Test vehicles currently operate in Pittsburgh and Phoenix, and it won’t be long before a fleet of driverless rideshare […]Read More
The U.S. Chamber Institute of Legal Reform issued, “TCPA Litigation Sprawl: A Study of Sources and Targets of Recent TCPA Lawsuits.” Not urprisingly, the Chamber of Commerce defended practices that regulatory agencies and the courts have ruled violate the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, and painted U.S. businesses as victims of consumer attorneys […]Read More