That amount of philanthropic donation would go directly towards, for instance, helping families that have been injured by such technology. It could go toward research for making this type of technology safer. It could go towards grants for research and development by Universities and other entities doing social good. They could help not just that company, but perhaps other companies have safer or better technology around that type of system.
Host Sean Harris talks with OAJ member, Jim Murray, about curative damages and restorative justice. Jim provides insight and tips on how to incorporate these philanthropic initiatives into your practice.