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Skyscraper developers assume liability for Jaguar melted by reflected sunlight

Sep 3, 2013, 02:15 pm CDT

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That’s interesting. Mine completely vaporized.

By LTE on 2013 09 03, 2:35 pm CDT

Could set a dangerous precedent. Do ants have standing to sue in the UK?

By NoleLaw on 2013 09 03, 3:23 pm CDT

This feels like the beginning of a Dr. Who episode.

By Island Attorney on 2013 09 03, 3:37 pm CDT

The ABA editors are using the same misleading headline as the rest of the media. The car did not melt. Some plastic trim and parts on the car melted. Big difference.

Also the designer of the building has a track record since he did a previous building with similar solar problems. You think he would learn.

By Fred on 2013 09 03, 7:08 pm CDT

@4: Also, even if the issue “goes away” in a few weeks as the sun’s track through the sky shifts as Winter approaches, the problem will be annually recurring unless the real issue (shape and reflectance of the building) is addressed.

By Tyrone on 2013 09 04, 12:46 am CDT

Thank you, Fred.  I was wondering about cars melting from excessive sunlight.

By Old Lawyer on 2013 09 04, 11:55 am CDT

¿ What about Corvettes ?

By Docile Jim Brady – Columbus OH 43209 on 2013 09 04, 10:40 pm CDT

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