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9th Annual Automotive Recalls Virtual Summit

April 26 @ 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm

9th Annual Automotive Recalls Virtual Summit

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2021 was another year of disruptions, uncertainty, and events that defied expectations – in the automotive industry and beyond. After the unprecedented challenges of 2020, the industry had hoped 2021 would bring a greater sense of normalcy, but the various impacts of the ongoing global pandemic continued to wreak havoc. Nevertheless, we observed the fewest light vehicles recalled in nearly a decade. Despite the broader challenges, the industry continued to innovate, raising the specter of risks related to electrification, automation and integrated vehicle systems.

The 9th Annual Automotive Recalls Summit will examine recent trends in the industry, including:

  • The latest automotive recall trends, including recall size, type, and scope
  • What caused the notable decline in vehicles recalled in 2021 and what does it mean for the future of automotive recalls – in the U.S. and beyond?
  • How the supply chain disruptions of key vehicle components have impacted the recall landscape and may persist in the upcoming years
  • Examining features of the most dangerous recalls to reimagine customer outreach, recall completion, and vehicle safety
  • Software and electronic component defects and the latest recall remedy strategies for software and electronics recalls
  • Risks and opportunities related to autonomous driving innovations
  • The electric vehicle revolution is here: what that means for the risk of component failures, data privacy, and vehicle safety
  • Hear from our panel of experts from across the industry sharing insights on emerging issues including:
    • Recent developments in U.S. recall regulation and enforcement, particularly related to vehicle automation technologies, recall administration and completion, and the investigation of emerging defect issues
    • The intersection of design responsibility, manufacturing specifications, and recall cost recovery
    • Emerging extremes of recall costs – EV batteries and OTAs – and how they will change the recall landscape
    • Emerging risks for recall-related to driver data privacy and consumer protection
    • Advanced recall administration strategies for recalls with the greatest risk and lowest completion percentages

Register Today!

$49 for SAA Members; $99 for non-SAA Members (includes one year of SAA membership)

 

Speakers/panelists include:

Stout Presenters:

  • Neil Steinkamp
  • Robert Levine
  • Raymond Roth
  • Anson Smuts
  • Christian Zakhem

 

Dr. Stephen Ridella, PhD

Director, Office of Defects Investigation

Dept. of Transportation NHTSA

 

 

John Tomaszewski

Partner, Privacy & Cybersecurity

Seyfarth

 

 

 

Additional Value: New Case Study on the Impact of Owner Changes on Recall Campaign and Response Rates
According to our December 2021 Consumer Survey, 91% of used car owners expect their OEM to contact them following a safety recall notice, but as 1% of the car parc turns over every month, finding and contacting the owners of these recalled vehicles can be extremely challenging.  Following the presentations and Q&A Session at 2:00 p.m., LexisNexis Risk Solutions will discuss the impact these ownership changes can have on a recall program’s overall completion and response rates.

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Date:
April 26
Time:
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
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