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Damages And Disclaimers in Actions for Breach of a “Repair or Replacement” Warranty

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How should damages be measured in an action for breach of repair-and-replacement warranty? And what elements of damages should available? I recently ran across a piece I wrote addressing these questions in 2005. Remarkably – or, perhaps, not so remarkably given the pace at which the law evolves – it remains relevant; so I thought I’d put it out there for comment.  Continue reading

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Opening a lane for driverless cars

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Lawmakers in both the Senate and House think its time for the federal automotive regulations to catch up with the advances made in autonomous car technology. Continue reading

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