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January 2017 Archives

Uber ends self-driving car test after violating state laws and driving unsafely

Many believe that self-driving cars will take over American roads in the very near future. If these changes are to happen, however, automotive companies and government regulators must work closely to ensure the rollout of these vehicles is as safe as possible.

Keith Hebeisen Part of Plaintiff's Trial Team at the ABOTA Masters in Trial Program

Keith A. Hebeisen, partner at Clifford Law Offices, is part of the Masters in Trial Plaintiffs' Team that will be featuring an all-day mock medical malpractice trial in Chicago sponsored by the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA).

Senior Vice President and General Counsel of Chicago Cubs was Special Guest for Chicago Bar Association Event

Mike Lufrano, Senior Vice President and General Counsel of the Chicago Cubs, was the special guest for The Chicago Bar Association's "Someone You Should Know" series Thursday, January 19th, from 8 a.m. -9 a.m. at the Standard Club.

Roughly 2% of Doctors Are Involved in Half of Medical Malpractice Settlements

An alarming statistic released on January 15th 2017 stated that about two percent of all doctors are involved in half of all medical malpractice settlements, according to the National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB) that has studied this issue for the past 25 years.

Bob Clifford and Mike Krzak Co-Author Aviation Law Chapter in Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts Book

Aviation Law Chapter in Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Court (1) copy.pngThomson Reuters released a new law book, Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts, Fourth Edition in a joint venture with the American Bar Association Section of Litigation.

Airport Security Questions Arise Anew with Fort Lauderdale Shooting

The tragedy that occurred at the Fort Lauderdale airport that left five people dead has once again raised questions whether airport security is tight enough at U.S. airports. It also raised the issue of how to communicate emergencies to those in and around the airport and how to update passengers and workers with the latest correct information.

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