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Uber & Lyft Litigation - Seeing the Possibilities 2020/Annual Convention 2020 (2020-2021 Credit)

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Date Published

March 27, 2020


Virginia Trial Lawyers Association


uber and lyft litigation


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As we’ve all witnessed, the landscape has rapidly shifted when it comes to how people and property are being transported around Virginia. Transportation Network Companies (“TNCs”) like Uber and Lyft and on-demand motor property carriers like GrubHub and Postmates have brought ease and functionality to ride-hailing and property delivery, and competitors continue to sprout up around the Commonwealth to gain their share of this budding transportation market. Virginia’s General Assembly has been active in recent years, enacting legislation to help regulate this growing business, and it is imperative for trial attorneys to stay abreast of changes in the law. Join Juli and Matt as they demonstrate how to clearly identify the applicable sources of coverage and discuss what looms on the horizon in your TNC-involved injury cases.

Recorded live March 27, 2020, during VTLA's Virtual Convention.

To receive credit, course must be completed by midnight, Oct. 31, 2020.

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Juli Porto, P.C.
Blankingship & Keith

Juli M. Porto, Esq. represents people who have been injured by the carelessness of others, with a focus on cases involving... Read More

Matthew R. Foster, LLP
Bangel, Bangel & Bangel, LLP

Born in Norfolk, Virginia, December 15, 1977, Admitted to Bar: Virginia, 2007, Education: University of Virginia (B.A.,... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Uber & Lyft Litigation - Video
Uber & Lyft Litigation - Paper
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