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Litigating Ridesharing Cases: Recent Development and Trends in Theories of Liability, Ridesharing Regulations, and Insurance Requirements


Level: Intermediate
Runtime: 92 minutes
Recorded Date: February 09, 2021
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Agenda

  • What is Ridesharing?
  • The Growing Prevalence of Ridesharing?
  • Ridesharing Drivers - Employees or Independent Contractor?
  • Other Theories of Direct Liability Impacting Ridesharing Companies
  • Discussion on the Insurance Regulations that Apply to Ridesharing Companies
  • The Future of Ridesharing
  • Q & A
Runtime: 1 hour, 32 minutes
Recorded: February 9, 2021

Description

Join our expert panelist as they discuss the current issues in the field of ridesharing litigation including developing trends in theories of liability, regulatory changes and their impact on liability, and other emerging issues in this space.

This program was recorded on February 9th, 2021.

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American Bar Association

Panelists

Kenton H. Steele

Associate
Reminger

Kenton is based in Reminger Co., LPA's Columbus office, and actively practices throughout Ohio and West Virginia. His practice is focused on matters involving professional liability, including medical malpractice, long-term care, and insurance agents. Kenton also frequently represents clients in insurance coverage disputes, commercial litigation, and general liability personal injury cases. Kenton also is heavily involved in matters related to emerging technologies, having written and spoken extensively on the intersection of tort law with advancing technologies and changing business models.

As an adjunct faculty member at the Capital University School of Law, Kenton teaches a newly developed course on Ridesharing and Autonomous Vehicle Litigation. He also uses his experience as a competitor and coach for The University of Akron School of Law’s nationally ranked Mock Trial Team to assist with teaching the trial advocacy competition teams at the Capital University School of Law.

Zachary B. Pyers

Partner
Reminger

Zachary B. Pyers is a Partner in the Columbus, Ohio, office of Reminger Co., L.P.A., and actively practices throughout Ohio and West Virginia. His practice focuses on civil litigation, including complex and class action litigation, corporate and commercial litigation, professional liability, and catastrophic loss. He represents clients in commercial disputes, including: breach of contract claims; anti-trust actions; covenants not to compete; and, business torts.

In his professional liability practice, Zach represents: attorneys; accountants; architects; engineers; surveyors; builders; real estate brokers and agents; insurance brokers and agents; directors and officers; and, investment advisors in litigation and licensure proceedings. Zach also practices in the area of emerging technologies, having written and spoken extensively on the intersection of tort law with advancing technologies and changing business models.

Zach is actively engaged in the community. He serves on several Boards and in leadership roles within legal and community associations.? He is an Adjunct Professor at Capital University Law School, where he teaches courses in Depositions, E-Discovery, Expert Witnesses, Ridesharing and Autonomous Vehicle Litigation, and the school's Mock Trial Competition team.


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