Growing receptivity to the use of autonomous vehicles, as exemplified by the Los Angeles City Council’s passage of a resolution this year in support of regulatory changes favorable to the new technology, has made some lawyers and law firms bullish on opportunities in the AV field.

“States, cities, and counties have been huge leaders in creating space for AV innovators to responsibly develop, test, and deploy AV technologies,” Melody Drummond Hansen, a Silicon Valley-based partner in O’Melveny & Myers’ IP and technology practice, said recently in a statement by the firm citing the LA City Council’s move.

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