Driverless cars present new challenges for the legal profession. I will be participating in a full day program at The George Washington University Law School, Driverless Cars: The Legal Landscape on Tuesday, March 14 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. The event is made possible through its Innovation and Internet Initiative Program
The program will focus on important questions about regulations, standards, and rules of liability for these vehicles of the future.
The discussion brings together industry representatives; officials with experience in regulation of motor vehicles from the federal and state perspectives, including two former leaders of the National Highway Traffic Administration – Joan Claybrook and David Strickland. Confirmed participants include auto safety advocates; workers whose jobs may be displaced by these vehicles; experts on legal liability, cyber-security, data privacy protection, and antitrust law.
For further information, contact Kristen Pallmeyer at 202.994.4692. email@example.com
You must register to attend. You can register by clicking here.