Who Lives and Who Dies? Just Let Your Car Decide

In fact, autonomous vehicles are supposed to be very safe. Widespread adoption of AVs promises to drastically reduce car accidents resulting from human error, which comprise over 90 percent of car accidents and cost over $400 billion every year. More importantly, AVs could reduce car accident fatalities by 95 percent.

But some accidents cannot be avoided. What happens in situations of unavoidable harm, where the AV becomes required to choose between two evils?

Decision Creates Dodd-Frank Whistleblower Circuit Split

The Dodd-Frank Act protects whistleblowers from retaliation by their employer. However, to get that protection as a whistleblower, to whom must a concerned citizen disclose their information? That is a complicated question. Subdivision (iii) of subsection 21F(h)(1)(A) of the Dodd-Frank Act provides protection against retaliatory discharges, discrimination, and demotions for whistleblowing employees who make disclosures protected by

Penn Central’s Revenge

What happens when New York City throws a landmark Supreme Court decision out the window? A $1.1 billion lawsuit. On September 28, 2015, the owner of Grand Central filed suit against New York City for allegedly taking $475 million in property rights preserved from Penn Central v. New York City and giving them away for