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Daniel Flanzig to lecture on "Bike Share Liability" - AAJ National Webinar

Webinar has now been Postponed to Spring 2014. More information to follow.

Daniel Flanzig will be taking part in a national webinar presented by the the American Association of Justice. The lecturer will be presented by a three member panel which includes lawyers across the country who focus in bicycle and other transportation crashes. Daniel will be presenting on the issue of Bike Share Liability. The complete agenda is below.

American Association for Justice Education Motorized Bicycles, Segways, and Bike Share Liability—Oh My! February 27, 2014 2:00 – 3:30 pm EST

Join the American Association for Justice Education for a teleseminar on Motorized Bicycles, Segways, and Bike Share Liability, Thursday, February 27 from 2:00–3:30 PM EST.

An experienced faculty of trial lawyers will update you on the latest in cases involving motorized and electric bicycles and bicycle share liability. The program will also cover a variety of issues with Segways from the liability and the conflict between promoting sales and promoting safety to using a biomechanical engineer to show that a helmet would have prevented or minimized injury.

If your clients are affected by crashes, liability and insurance issues, or state and local legislation, this teleseminar is a must-attend for your future cases and practice. Gain valuable insight and earn CLE without having to leave your office!

For more information regarding the agenda, faculty, or to register visit www.justice.org/Bike or call AAJ Education at 1-800-622-1791 or 202-965-3500, ext. 8612.


Daniel Flanzig is the lead trial attorney for Flanzig and Flanzig in New York where his firm focuses on significant personal injury and wrongful death litigation. He is an avid cyclist and bike advocate who has been representing cyclists in New York City and Long Island for over 19 years. He serves on the Board of Directors of the New York Bicycle Coalition and is the co-author of "Wheels of Justice," a monthly Bicycle Law column. Mr. Flanzig has authored numerous articles involving cycling and the law and frequently lectures on bike law litigation in New York. He is a member of AAJ's Bicycle Litigation Group and AAJ's Motor Vehicle, Highway and Premises Liability Section.

Michael S. Keating is the founder of Keating Law Offices located in Chicago, Illinois. His practice concentrates on personal injury and wrongful death litigation. He was repeatedly named a "Rising Star" in the annual editions of Illinois Super Lawyers and in Chicago Magazine. He is an accomplished runner and cyclist and the chair of AAJ's Bicycle Litigation Group.

Thomas Penfield concentrates his practice in personal injury, business litigation, pharmaceutical litigation, class actions, civil, and environmental law. He serves as an adjunct professor of law at the University of San Diego Law School and was awarded the Environmental Lawyer of the Year Award for the Sierra Club's San Diego Chapter. Mr. Penfield is with the firm of Casey Gerry Schenk Francavilla Blatt & Penfield, LLC in San Diego, CA and a member of AAJ's Leaders Forum.

Neil Sutton is a partner at Adelman, Hirsch, and Connors LLP where his primary concentrations are personal injury, medical negligence, products liability, and legal negligence. He has lectured on pharmacist negligence, motor vehicle trials, evidence, and uninsured motorist law, served on the faculty of the National Institute of Trial Advocacy, and coauthored articles on the law of evidence. Mr Sutton is a member of AAJ's Employment Rights Law, Motor Vehicle, Highway and Premises Liability, and Professional Negligence Sections

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