Google has named a general counsel in its self-driving car project. The move helps Google – by ensuring a lawyer is involved early in the process – and becomes a reminder for other tech companies that lawyers be participants in product development discussions.

Google confirmed to Legaltech News that Kevin Vosen joined the Google Self-Driving Car Project as general counsel. Corporate Counsel previously reported on the move.

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