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Distracted Driving - Professional and Personal Considerations 2023

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---------- CLE 2.5 sub/0.5 eth* PRICE Regular: $249.00
New Attorney: $125.00
Subscribers Pay: $0.00

* = Ethics information has been integrated throughout this program. To receive ethics credit, you must attend the entire course.


Distracted driving has been called an “epidemic” and we likely see distracted drivers most of the time that we drive. We also see these case in our practices. Learn about the newest and most significant cases involving distracted driving issues- employer-employee relationships, using cellphone data to unlock new theories and extend liability beyond the distracted driver to smartphone and app manufacturers, service providers and punitive damage issues. How do you prove the driver was distracted at the time of the crash, including when you need an expert and what can forensic examination of devices reveal? Can and should auto manufacturers be held liable for failing to design vehicles to provide engineering solutions to some distracted driving collisions? In the ethics portion of the program learn why all of us, particularly lawyers, should drive without distraction and about a program that makes is easy to give distracted driving presentations to students and adults in your community.

All attendees will receive the course book as a digital download.

Recorded in November 2023.

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Larry E. Coben Esq. Anapol Weiss (Phila)
Jordan M. Ewald Michigan Auto Law
Joel D. Feldman Esq., MS Anapol Weiss (Phila)
Mr. Jason Craig Glessner Esq.
Timothy Primrose DJS Associates Inc
Faculty may vary by location.
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