Holding Ridesharing Companies Accountable In Texas, 2018 St. Mary's University
Holding Ridesharing Companies Accountable In Texas, Martha Alejandra Salas
St. Mary's Law Journal
The Universality Of The Human Condition: Theorizing Transportation Inequality Claims By Persons With Disabilities In Canada, 1976-2016, 2018 University of Windsor, Faculty of Law
The Universality Of The Human Condition: Theorizing Transportation Inequality Claims By Persons With Disabilities In Canada, 1976-2016, Laverne A. Jacobs
The Future Of Law And Mobility, 2018 University of Michigan Law School
The Future Of Law And Mobility, Daniel A. Crane
With the launch of the new Journal of Law and Mobility, the University of Michigan is recognizing the transformative impact of new transportation and mobility technologies, from cars, to trucks, to pedestrians, to drones. The coming transition towards intelligent, automated, and connected mobility systems will transform not only the way people and goods move about, but also the way human safety, privacy, and security are protected, cities are organized, machines and people are connected, and the public and private spheres are defined.
The Race Is On! Regulating Self-Driving Vehicles Before They Hit The Streets, 2018 Brooklyn Law School
The Race Is On! Regulating Self-Driving Vehicles Before They Hit The Streets, Jack Liechtung
Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial & Commercial Law
As the world braces itself for the unveiling of autonomous vehicles, the idea of regulation and oversight has gone largely undetected. Though some states have already begun enacting legislation ahead of the technology’s wide release, the regulatory landscape across the country is in disarray. It is imperative that both manufacturers and consumers be given some sort of uniform understanding as to how the automation is overseen throughout the manufacturing process and how liability will be levied in the case of inevitable mistakes on our nation’s roadways. This Note proposes that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration be responsible ...
Keeping That Doggie In The (Car) Window Safe: Recommendations For Driving With Canine Companions, 2018 Shepard Broad College of Law
Keeping That Doggie In The (Car) Window Safe: Recommendations For Driving With Canine Companions, Phyllis Coleman
Pace Law Review
Part I of this article uses the empirical research of experts (animal behaviorists, ethologists, and cynologists) to explain reasons canine companions and their humans love riding together. It also highlights the potential risks when dogs distract drivers. Acknowledging that only a few studies exist, it provides whatever statistics are available and posits that data strongly suggest dogs who are roaming free in a car cause or at least contribute to many accidents. This means, in addition to drivers and passengers in other vehicles and even pedestrians, these animals represent a significant potential danger to themselves and occupants of their car ...
The State And Future Of Autonomous Vehicle Regulation In The United States, 2018 The Graduate Center, City University of New York
The State And Future Of Autonomous Vehicle Regulation In The United States, Nikolay Nyashin
All Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects
Autonomous vehicle technology is poised to revolutionize transit around the world. There are currently tens of private companies either testing or building autonomous vehicles, including industry juggernauts like Ford and Google. This new mode of transportation falls into a regulatory grey area. Once cars reach full autonomy, governments will have to decide what entities will regulate them, where they will be allowed to drive, who will be responsible for them and a host of other issues. In some municipalities like San Francisco and Phoenix, autonomous vehicles (AVs) are being tested on public streets in real life conditions. Meanwhile, in 2017 ...
The Road To The Future: A Regulatory Regime For The Rise Of The Robot Cars, 2018 College of William & Mary Law School
The Road To The Future: A Regulatory Regime For The Rise Of The Robot Cars, Daniel Spencer
William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review
No abstract provided.
Assessment And Comparison Of Aviation Manufacturing Industries Throughout Mexico And Brazil, 2018 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Assessment And Comparison Of Aviation Manufacturing Industries Throughout Mexico And Brazil, Omar E. Morsi, Kelly A. Whealan-George, Aaron D. Clevenger
International Journal of Aviation, Aeronautics, and Aerospace
This literature review serves to provide insight and understanding in regards to the evolving aviation manufacturing industry throughout the globe and more specifically, Mexico and Brazil. Increased demand for aircraft units both in the commercial and private sectors have led to unprecedented expansions in aircraft manufacturing across the industry. In order to illuminate certain potentials and current growth levels of such industries, this review will delve into an array of information and specifications in regards to economic, political, and cultural influences throughout both Mexican and Brazilian markets respectively. In conclusion, the review will identify the transformation of an aviation manufacturing ...
Utm, Atm, Stm… Slices Of The Sky?, 2018 Norwich University
Utm, Atm, Stm… Slices Of The Sky?, Ruth E. Stilwell
Space Traffic Management Conference
UTM, ATM, STM… slices of the sky?
This paper will examine the functional differences between Unmanned Aircraft Traffic Management Systems, Air Traffic Management Systems, and Space Traffic Management. Understanding both the similarities between the systems and the different functional requirements of each concept is critical in the discussion and development of STM. While there are many commonalities in each area, it is important to understand how the different environments affect the ability to develop policies, procedure and technologies to manage the vehicles operating in the distinct environment. Both technical and legal frameworks will be discussed.
Building a conceptual framework for ...
Hb 1 - Space Flight, 2018 Georgia State University College of Law
Hb 1 - Space Flight, Malissa Caroline Barger, Ethan L. Smith
Georgia State University Law Review
The Act limits the civil and criminal liability of a space flight entity for injuries sustained by space flight participants arising from ordinary negligence. The Act defines new terms and provides a statutory waiver form that participants with informed consent must sign. The Act mandates space flight participants sign the waiver before participating in any space flight activity. The Act does not limit the liability of space flight entities for gross negligence or intentional acts, nor does it prevent suits from anyone other than the space flight participant.
Engineering Standards In Highway Design Litigation, 2017 Touro Law Center
Engineering Standards In Highway Design Litigation, Michael Lewyn
Michael E Lewyn
Newsroom: Gutoff, Nixon On Puerto Rico 09-28-2017, 2017 New England Cable News (NECN)
Newsroom: Gutoff, Nixon On Puerto Rico 09-28-2017, Katie Warren, Roger Williams University School Of Law
Life of the Law School (1993- )
No abstract provided.
Are Uber And Transportation Network Companies The Future Of Transportation (Law) And Employment (Law)?, 2017 Texas A&M University School of Law
Are Uber And Transportation Network Companies The Future Of Transportation (Law) And Employment (Law)?, Miriam A. Cherry
Texas A&M Law Review
This Article largely eschews easy or reflexive judgments about Uber or other TNCs. In this piece, the Author asks two questions about the economic, social, technical, and political aspects of TNCs and their interactions with the law. First, are Uber and TNCs the future of transportation (and transportation law)? And second, are Uber and TNCs the future of employment (and employment law)? In a common-law system, reasoning from precedent is always a form of prediction. As Oliver Wendell Holmes stated, “[t]he prophecies of what the courts will do in fact, and nothing more pretentious, are what I mean by ...
Where We're Going, We'll Need Roads! Building The Bridge To The Future: Public-Private Partnerships For Future Border Infrastructure Development, 2017 Texas A&M University School of Law
Where We're Going, We'll Need Roads! Building The Bridge To The Future: Public-Private Partnerships For Future Border Infrastructure Development, Jessica R. Lesnau
Texas A&M Law Review
In a world where global economies are increasingly interdependent, the United States, and its North American counterparts, Canada and Mexico, are booming sources of international trade. Now, more than ever, global competitiveness necessitates developments in U.S. infrastructure, especially at major border crossings where congestion and poor infrastructure create bottlenecks interfering with the free movement of goods. Questions pertaining to international border crossings circle the debate at the most crucial international border crossing in North America: the Ambassador Bridge, which spans the Detroit River between Detroit, Michigan, and Windsor, Ontario. A legal battle rages over the proposed construction of a ...
The Trolley And The Pinto: Cost-Benefit Analysis In Automated Driving And Other Cyber-Physical Systems, 2017 Texas A&M University School of Law
The Trolley And The Pinto: Cost-Benefit Analysis In Automated Driving And Other Cyber-Physical Systems, Bryant Walker Smith
Texas A&M Law Review
Automated driving has attracted substantial public and scholarly attention. This brief Article describes how that attention has brought new fame to a classic philosophical thought experiment (the “trolley problem”), critiques how this thought experiment has been applied in that context, proposes a more practical extension of that experiment based on risk rather than harm, notes that this extension may still involve programming value judgments, argues with reference to the Ford Pinto debacle that these judgments could inflame juries or the public at large, and emphasizes the need for appropriately focused public discussion of these issues. The Article may be especially ...
Highway To Hell: The Privatized Prison Transportation Industry And The Long Road To Reform, 2017 West Virginia University College of Law
Highway To Hell: The Privatized Prison Transportation Industry And The Long Road To Reform, Jaden P. Rhea
West Virginia Law Review
No abstract provided.
Transportation Network Companies' Ability To Sustain Success Amid Growing Regulation By Local Governments, 2017 University of Missouri School of Law
Transportation Network Companies' Ability To Sustain Success Amid Growing Regulation By Local Governments, Molly Parato
The Business, Entrepreneurship & Tax Law Review
Companies like Uber and Lyft have irreparably disrupted the taxicab industry, but as the law catches up with these new TNCs, the companies will have to take into consideration the extensive legal fees required in order to either fight or reshape transportation regulations. This is most evident for Uber, the largest TNC, which is currently facing more litigation than any other startup in the world.
This paper will first examine the pricing strategies of TNCs and how their entrance into the market has affected the taxicab industry. This paper will then discuss Uber specifically to determine whether the larger litigation ...
Skyjacking: Problems And Potential Solutions - Introduction, 2017 Selected Works
Skyjacking: Problems And Potential Solutions - Introduction, Donald W. Dowd
Donald W. Dowd
No abstract provided.
Uber’S Dilemma: How The Ada May End The On-Demand Economy, 2017 University of Massachusetts School of Law
Uber’S Dilemma: How The Ada May End The On-Demand Economy, Bryan Casey
University of Massachusetts Law Review
This article is the first to point out that a few relatively low-profile lawsuits involving Uber’s liability under the ADA could have an outcome-determinative effect on O’Connor v. Uber Technologies, Inc., the blockbuster employment misclassification case brought against the startup by its own drivers. Because both types of lawsuits hinge on the role that drivers play within Uber’s business model, a ruling in favor of ADA liability which compelled Uber to exert additional control over its drivers would also, in turn, jeopardize the drivers’ legal status as independent contractors. Such an outcome would be catastrophic to Uber ...
Won’T Get Fooled Again: Why Vw’S Emissions Deception Is Illegal In Europe And How To Improve The Eu’S Auto Regulatory System, 2017 Boston College Law School
Won’T Get Fooled Again: Why Vw’S Emissions Deception Is Illegal In Europe And How To Improve The Eu’S Auto Regulatory System, Kevin Tarsa
Boston College International and Comparative Law Review
Replete with greed, hubris, and deceit, the Volkswagen emissions scandal is not your typical case of corporate wrongdoing. With a price tag of $20 million in the United States, it is already one of the most expensive corporate scandals in history and has caused significant damage to the environment, public health, and the global economy. Dieselgate has had a majorly disproportionate impact on Europe, where nearly nine million of the eleven million affected cars are located. The financial cost of the scandal, however, has been confined almost entirely to the United States, due to a European Union (EU) regulation that ...