Cool Kids Club in New Orleans

A gathering of fleet representatives, insurance, claims and risk management professionals, attorneys, and accident reconstructionists in the Crescent City, you say? Hopefully you didn’t miss out! But if you did, don’t worry; we’ve got you covered with a recap below.

At the 13th annual American Bar Association Transportation Megaconference, industry representatives gathered to discuss commercial transportation litigation topics such as:

  • The state of self-driving technology from Google
  • Corporate counsel perspectives
  • Courtroom expectations
  • The use of social media in the courtroom
  • High-exposure/subjective complaint cases- lessons learned and indicators that might have been warning signs
  • On-board cameras- their impact on risk reduction and litigation, management and preservation policies, expert usage, and trial techniques

Our very own Brian K. Anders, MS, PE was a panelist on the topic of “Science and Technology in the Courtroom.” His focus was on the admissibility of digital media in trial. As a licensed Professional Engineer with more than 20 years of experience who has participated in more than 100 testimonials, this topic is second nature to Brian.


Brian is a seasoned speaker who has gained national visibility by presenting at the ABA Transportation Megaconference, the TIDA Annual Seminar, and the Arkansas Trucking Seminar, just to name a few. His next speaking engagement will be at the TIDA Annual Seminar in October 2017 in Las Vegas. We hope to see you there.


*DELTA |v| Forensic Engineering helps attorneys and their clients resolve motor vehicle matters with our engineering expertise.  We are known for handling high exposure, complex assignments with an engaging approach to clients.  DELTA |v| was born in Charlotte, NC and has worked across the United States and internationally.  Our motto is “Resolution through engineering.”