Some of us recall when electric windows were a big deal. At the touch of a button, the glass magically hummed up and down. No more cranking. But a car that drove itself? Now that was something out of a Walt Disney movie. In this Instant Insights package, we show you how the law is evolving as driverless cars merge into the mainstream. You’ll also find stories about legal battles popping up and what’s happening in California, the hub for much of the industry.
Cheryl Miller | April 19, 2017
SACRAMENTO — The street race to develop and test autonomous vehicles ramped up this week when the California Department of Motor Vehicles…
Ross Todd | April 07, 2017
How do federal judges—generalists who have to answer close-call questions on a wide array of legal topics—deal with the challenge of getting…
Amanda Bronstad | April 19, 2017
America's race to put "self-driving" cars on the road is expected to accelerate in 2017 as more state and federal regulators come out with rules governing their testing and operation. Industry lawyers should get in the driver's seat.
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