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Richard E. Long (Western National Insurance Group, Minneapolis, MN), G. David Godwin (Carroll Burdick & McDonough LLP, San Francisco, CA), Alan Rutkin (Rivkin Radler LLP, New York), and Phillip E. Reeves (Gallivan, White & Boyd, PA, Greenville, SC) presented “Insurance Implications of Cutting Edge Technologies.”  This presentation was made at the 2015 Annual Meeting in Banff.  The panel addressed the liability and insurance coverage issues arising from drones, self-driving cars, and other new technologies.

 
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08/17/2015

Epilogue to Banff 2015 Amarin and Caronia

Posted by: Michael A. Walsh

Amarin/Caronia: What Lies Ahead for Tort Preemption?

It is a coincidence that the death of Frances Oldham Kelsey on August 7, 2015 coincided with the release of the decision in Amarin v. FDA, 1:15-CV-03588-PAE, Doc. 73 (SDNY Aug. 7, 2015). Ms. Read More

 

 

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