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Update: City of Boston Allows Self-Driving Cars Once Again

Driverless cars have returned to Boston, following a brief stoppage following a fatal crash in Arizona. After that incident, the City of Boston asked companies testing self-driving passenger car services to suspend all tests and pilot programs until a safety … Continue reading

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Who is Liable in a Self-Driving Uber Accident?

The Atlantic published an article today in the wake of the accident that caused a pedestrian to be killed by a self-driving Uber vehicle in Tempe, Arizona.  A link to that article can be found here. This is hardly the … Continue reading

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Self-Driving Uber Car Kills Pedestrian in Arizona – How Would This Play Out in a New York Personal Injury Lawsuit?

On Sunday, March 18, 2018, a first-of-its-kind tragedy occurred in Arizona: a self-driving car from Uber’s fleet of autonomous vehicles (which are currently undergoing real-world testing, some of it occurring on Arizona’s public streets and highways) killed a pedestrian.  The … Continue reading

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Woman Struck and Killed by Self-Driving Uber Vehicle | RealClearPolitics

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — A self-driving Uber vehicle struck and killed a pedestrian in a Phoenix suburb in the first fatality involving a fully autonomous test vehicle, prompting the ride-hailing company Monday to suspend all road-testing of such autos in … Continue reading

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It’s all over: Why the Waymo v. Uber self-driving settlement makes sense

Enlarge (credit: Uber) On Friday morning, Waymo and Uber settled their trade secrets lawsuit, setting the stage for self-driving marketplace competition rather than a legal battle. After a drawn-out struggle both in a court of law and the court of … Continue reading

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