Date: 30th January 2019
Time: 17:15 - 19:30
Time: 17:15-19:30 (Registration from 16:45)
Venue: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP
This event will bring together domestic & international speakers to consider the challenges posed by new technology to the PLD. This was a central issue in the European Commission's recent Fifth Report on the Directive, as raised by the preceding public consultation which illustrated that there were concerns about whether the Directive was adapted to new advances in technology such as products performing automated tasks bases on algorithms, data analytics, Cloud technology, AI, IoT, defective apps and non-embedded technology.
- Professor Dr Herbert Zech, University of Basel, a specialist in new technology and product liability issues and a European Commission Expert;
- Michaela Herron, Bristows;
- Rod Freeman, Cooley LLP;
- John Wilkinson, Head of Devices, MHRA TBC.
- Alex Forrest, Chubb Insurance
Event convened by Dr Duncan Fairgrieve, Senior Research Fellow in Comparative Law & Director, Product Liability Forum and Tort Law Centre.
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Pricing and Registration
Free to attend for members of the Product Liability Forum. PLF Members wishing to attend should register by emailing Duncan Fairgrieve.
This event offers the equivalent of 2 CPD hours.
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