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Brian Willis

Brian is a real estate and business attorney with a focus on litigation.  He has been recognized by the...

Andrew Korge

Andrew M. Korge is currently the Vice President of Strategic Development at Lynx Companies. A 3rd generation Miamian, Andrew...

Mike Suarez

Mike Suarez is a third generation resident of Tampa, with deep roots in West Tampa.  After graduating from the...

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Laurence Colletti

Laurence Colletti serves as the producer at Legal Talk Network where he combines his passion for web-based media with...

Imagine cars that can drive themselves. According to this report from On The Road, this might be a possibility in the near future. Host Laurence Colletti talks to Brian Willis, Andrew Korge, and Councilman Mike Suarez about road rage and the technological solutions that the future might bring. Their discussion ranges from why we get so frustrated while behind the wheel to the advantages and disadvantages of driverless vehicles.

Brian Willis is a real estate and business attorney with a focus on litigation. He has been recognized by the Tampa Bay Business Journal, Florida Super Lawyers magazine, Florida Trend magazine, Creative Loafing, and the Tampa Bay Times.

Andrew M. Korge is currently the vice president of Strategic Development at Lynx Companies. A 3rd generation Miamian, Andrew is a businessman and entrepreneur who works in real estate, is a fundraiser, and has built several organizations that engage the next generation of leaders in civics, politics, and policy.

Mike Suarez is the president of Suarez Insurance and a Councilman of the City of Tampa. Prior to his current employment, he worked as a Commercial Risk Management Consultant at Insurance Office of America and the Vice President of Wells Fargo Insurance Services.

Episode Details
Published: February 6, 2017
Podcast: On the Road
Category: Legal Technology
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On the Road
On the Road

Recorded on the conference floor, "On the Road" includes highlights and interviews from popular legal events.

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