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Weighing Public Health Against Privacy – Governments’ Use of Drones to Expand the Surveillance State During the Coronavirus

As we enter what experts are calling the “second inning” of the Coronavirus pandemic, I have realized — either as a result of being confined to my house for more than a month now or simply through revelation — that the pandemic has changed ou… Read More

What Does Texas House Bill 1774 Mean for Insurers?

Insurance fraud is a mounting problem across the United States, not only for insurance companies, but for their clients, for whom it drives up costs. With an eye to protecting citizens, some states are enacting legislation intended to discourage frau… Read More

Defending Against Fraudulent Claims After Hurricanes

For the first time ever, two Category 4 hurricanes made landfall in the United States in the same season—and did so just days apart. While the country is recovering from this 1-2 punch, hearts are justifiably softened toward those individuals whose… Read More

How Insurers are Responding to Drone Coverage Issues

In a recent blog post, we discussed the increasing use of drones and liability issues that accompany the developing ways in which drones are being employed by both businesses and recreational users. As noted before in this space, it often takes the l… Read More

Liability Issues and the Use of Drones: What Dangers are Hovering Right Above Us?

Breathtaking aerial photography. Lightning-quick delivery of packages. Increased military capabilities. The use of drones, which has skyrocketed in recent years, offers these and countless more benefits. New uses and applications for this technology… Read More

Liability Issues in 3D Printing

Technology is advancing in leaps and bounds, with almost dizzying speed. Technological advances can bring great benefits, but sometimes the pace of development outstrips planning for liability issues. It can be difficult, and essential, to anticipate… Read More

Fighting Legal Claims Based on Junk Science

When someone suffers a serious harm, the natural inclination is to look for a cause, and for someone to blame for the injury. This inclination may be taken advantage of by litigators who offer a clear link between a patient’s illness, such as l… Read More
Categories: Evidence & Experts

Lawsuits Over Website Accessibility: What Businesses Need to Know

The percentage of commerce that is transacted online, as opposed to in “brick and mortar” stores, has skyrocketed in recent years. And just as stores in a shopping plaza need to be accessible to someone with difficulty walking, businesses… Read More