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Legal Issues and the Driverless Car: Moving Towards Mobility

Recorded on: Jun. 6, 2017
Running Time: 01:04:14

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Taken from the briefing Legal Issues and the Driverless Car: Moving Towards Mobility recorded June, 2017 in New York.

By 2030, estimates suggest that 15% of cars sold will contain self-driving technology. In Los Angeles, New York, and Dallas alone, as many as 8 million people will rely on self-driving technology. The road to driverless mobility, however, will need to bridge many legal obstacles and pass through a period of regulatory uncertainty.

Lecture Topics  [01:04:14]

In this session, Jennifer A. Dukarski of Butzel Long will address:

  • The difference between connected and autonomous vehicles and the legal implication of the two technologies
  • The state and federal regulatory scheme needed to bring autonomous vehicles to market
  • The Trolley Problem and the coding needed to make moral decisions before accidents happen
  • Liability where interference with autonomous systems can come from components, infrastructure, inclement weather, satellite issues, or hackers
  • The need to understand both cybersecurity and data privacy law
  • Other issues to monitor including intellectual property, trade secrets, non-competes, mergers and acquisitions, and contracting for the driverless car

Presentation Material

  • Legal Issues and the Driverless Car: Moving Towards Mobility
    Jennifer A. Dukarski
  • Legal Issues and the Driverless Car: The HAV Guidance
    Jennifer A. Dukarski
  • The Autonomous and Connected Car
    Jennifer A. Dukarski
Jennifer Dukarski ~ Butzel Long
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