January 7

University of Southern California v. Superior Court: The Second District Holds USC Had No Duty to Protect Members of the Public from the Conduct of a Third Party at an Off-Campus Fraternity Party

<em>University of Southern California v. Superior Court</em>: The Second District Holds USC Had No Duty to Protect Members of the Public from the Conduct of a Third Party at an Off-Campus Fraternity Party

There has been explosive growth in the presence of electric scooters on our public sidewalks, public streets and on private property. The main purveyors of this new and “disruptive” form of transportation are currently Bird and Lime, but smaller companies are in business as well, eager to share a part of the ever-growing trend and business opportunity. As with any new technology, the law tends to lag behind these new developments, and at present, the state of the law governing scooters remains in flux.

November 19

Motorized Scooters: Developing Law and Other Considerations

Motorized Scooters: Developing Law and Other Considerations

There has been explosive growth in the presence of electric scooters on our public sidewalks, public streets and on private property. The main purveyors of this new and “disruptive” form of transportation are currently Bird and Lime, but smaller companies are in business as well, eager to share a part of the ever-growing trend and business opportunity. As with any new technology, the law tends to lag behind these new developments, and at present, the state of the law governing scooters remains in flux.

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