Resources

Advanced Strategies for Defending Product Litigation: The Admissibility of Other Similar Incidents

October 20, 2015

Everyone knows that other similar incidents are admissible in product litigation to prove defect, causation, and notice, if they are substantially similar to the plaintiff's accident. Everyone is wrong. This webcast explains why.

Session Seven
Tuesday, October 20, 2015
1:00 pm - 2:00pm EST

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These are FREE webinars for litigators and litigation managers and CLE accreditation is anticipated for California, Illinois and Texas. Assistance with other jurisdictions is available.


The Dykema Litigation Institute presents Continuing Legal Education 
a LIVE Webcast Series

The Dykema Products, Class Actions and Professional Liability Practice Group launches the Dykema Litigation Institute: Continuing Legal Education Webcast Series featuring a variety of thought leaders. The speakers will share their knowledge and experience in a series of one-hour LIVE webcasts, and will also be available to answer your questions during the Q&A segment of each session. Please feel free to join us for as few or as many sessions as you like.

Upcoming Webcasts

Mark your calendar and plan to attend the upcoming one-hour LIVE webcasts offered by The Dykema Litigation Institute: Continuing Legal Education Webcasts for litigators and litigation managers are held at 1pm EST on the third Tuesday of every month. 

November 17, 2015

Advanced Strategies for Defending Product-Related Class Actions: Unjust Enrichment, Restitution, and California's Unfair Competition Law

Unjust enrichment and restitution are among the least understood theories in class actions today, with many issues largely unexplored. The objective of this webcast is to ensure that you understand these issues better than your opponents.


December 15, 2015

Developments in the Law: Civil and Criminal Investigations and Penalties on Management and In-House Counsel

The United States Department of Justice and Congress have both mounted aggressive efforts to investigate and impose criminal penalties on corporate entities and on individual management and corporate counsel stemming from product recalls and other activities where historically only civil penalties had been enforced. Learn about what creates these risks and how they can be averted. This webcast will also address the American Law Institute's important new project on the Principles of the Law of Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance.


January 19, 2016

Technology and the Law: Autonomous  Vehicles and Autonomous Technologies (Part I)

The federal government has conducted multi-year, real-world studies, plans more, and already started rulemaking for requiring "vehicle to vehicle communications" (V2V) warning systems. Some auto manufacturers have announced that autonomous vehicles and technologies will be on the market by 2020. This is breakthrough technology, transforming the transportation world we know, with the potential to reduce traffic deaths by 80% and perhaps even more. In this webcast, we provide an overview of the technologies and ongoing development and testing.


February 16, 2016

Technology and the Law: Autonomous Vehicles and Autonomous Technologies (Part II)

This webcast explores in detail the status and substance of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's rulemaking on V2V and provides an overview of the risks and challenges that these technologies invoke, including regulatory, data privacy, cybersecurity, product liability, and insurance issues. In this webcast, we also address potential measures for managing those risks.


March 15, 2016

To Appeal or Not to Appeal?

When you receive an adverse decision there are three questions you face: 1) can I appeal it ?  2) if I can, do I want to—what are the pros and cons? and 3) if I decide to appeal, how can I increase my chances of success?  This webinar, presented by Jill Wheaton, Chair of the Dykema Appellate Practice group, addresses all  three of these issues. 


For more information, please contact:

Amy C. Trudeau, Marketing Events and Logistics Manager, at 313-568-5387 or atrudeau@dykema.com.