The purpose of this Committee is to provide education, training and solutions on significant current transportation issues facing insurance carriers, corporations and other entities and individuals. Both Fellows and Members are eligible for a Transportation Committee role; however, participation on the committee by Members, as well as by Vendors, Service Providers and Consultants, is preconditioned on the Member, Vendor, Service Provider or Consultant first nominating an insurance, claims or corporate Fellow who joins the committee.
2 fellows needed
Speakers: Bharat Varadachari, HeplerBroom LLC
Join this roundtable with an experienced panel that will share tactics and strategies for mitigating the possibility of nuclear verdicts while exposing theories used by Plaintiff's counsel to exploit social, judicial, and legislative trends to maximize their recovery. Through the exchange of ideas, past experiences, and potential strategies, the session will provide great insight to all that attend.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in speaking on this roundtable session at the CLM Focus: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Management Liability, Medical Malpractice, Product Liability, Professional Liability, Transportation, Claims & Litigation Management Conference on October 19-20 in Chicago, Il. Speakers receive complimentary registration to this event.
This is a friendly reminder that the Transportation Committee’s conference call is scheduled for tomorrow, Thursday, July 8th at 11:00 am ET. Here is your connection info:
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The Transportation committee is looking for (1) fellow to speak on the session "How to Investigate, Analyze and Defend New Vehicle Technology Claims" at the upcoming 2021 CLM Focus conference on Oct 19-20 in Chicago, Il.
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) (e.g., automatic emergency braking, forward collision warning, lane keeping assist) are changing the capabilities and limitations of vehicles as well as how people interact with them. These changes will undoubtedly impact the issues and claims brought with respect to these systems as well as provide the need for new scientific and engineering approaches to understand and describe the regulatory environment, the technological and design considerations, the driver vehicle interaction and the data provided from the vehicle. The implications of these changes will be discussed in the context of investigating and defending claims about ADAS equipage and performance from a regulatory, design, human factors, and incident investigation perspective.
Please reach out to email@example.com if you are interested or for more information.
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