Butzel Long attorney Daniel P. Malone co-authors peer-review technical paper on automotive safety for SAE International
Attorney’s article also runs in Automotive Engineering Magazine
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Butzel Long attorney Daniel P. Malone co-authored a peer-review technical paper on automotive safety. SAE International published it in April 2016, http://papers.sae.org/2016-01-7000. The technical paper discusses multiple key automotive safety issues. The article is titled, “NHTSA and the Next 50 Years: Time for Congress to Act Boldly (Again).”
Malone co-authored the technical paper with John F. Creamer, Managing Director of GlobalAutoRegs.com, an advisory service on international automotive regulations.
“It is a substantive piece aimed at shedding important light on several critical issues,” said Malone. “Our core message is that unless Congress moves quickly and boldly to reform the U.S. approach to vehicle safety, the current regulatory and recall systems will fail to meet the challenges that surely lie ahead. The piece concludes by offering ten practical recommendations that Congress should find helpful if it chooses to act.”
Notably, a shorter version of the article ran in the May 2016 edition of Automotive Engineering Magazine, magazine.sae.org/automotive.