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'Sophisticated Robots': Balancing Liability, Regulation, And Innovation, F. Patrick Hubbard Sep 2014

'Sophisticated Robots': Balancing Liability, Regulation, And Innovation, F. Patrick Hubbard

Faculty Publications

Our lives are being transformed by large mobile “sophisticated robots” with increasingly higher levels of autonomy, intelligence, and interconnectivity among themselves. For example, driverless automobiles are likely to become commercially available within a decade. Many people who suffer physical injuries from these robots will seek legal redress for their injury, and regulatory schemes are likely to impose requirements to reduce the number and severity of injuries.

This Article addresses the issue of whether the current liability and regulatory systems provide a fair, efficient method for balancing the concern for physical safety against the need to incentivize the innovation necessary to …


Rebutting The Strong Presumption Of Reliability For Effective Assistance: The Pursuit Of Cumulative Analysis For Strickland Claims In South Carolina, Benjamin Dudek Jul 2014

Rebutting The Strong Presumption Of Reliability For Effective Assistance: The Pursuit Of Cumulative Analysis For Strickland Claims In South Carolina, Benjamin Dudek

South Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Veterans Treatment Court Program Act: South Carolina's Opportunity To Provide Services For Those Who Have Been Served, John Furman Wall Iv Jul 2014

The Veterans Treatment Court Program Act: South Carolina's Opportunity To Provide Services For Those Who Have Been Served, John Furman Wall Iv

South Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


Distinguishing Between Procedural And Substantive Rules For Purposes Of Retroactivity On Collateral Review, Ryan C. Grover Jul 2014

Distinguishing Between Procedural And Substantive Rules For Purposes Of Retroactivity On Collateral Review, Ryan C. Grover

South Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


Weakening The Ripeness Trap For Federal Takings Claims: Sansotta V. Town Of Nags Head And Town Of Nags Head V. Toloczko, Michael B. Kent Jul 2014

Weakening The Ripeness Trap For Federal Takings Claims: Sansotta V. Town Of Nags Head And Town Of Nags Head V. Toloczko, Michael B. Kent

South Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.