Webinars

Part II: All Things Autonomous—Regulatory and Commercial Considerations for Delivery Robots (On and off campus), Escooters, and Drones

Wednesday, July 13, 2022
12:30 PM - 01:30 PM ET
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM CT
09:30 AM - 10:30 AM PT

Please join us for the next installment of the Morgan Lewis Automotive Hour Webinar series, focused on Part II: All Things Autonomous—Regulatory and Commercial Considerations for Delivery Robots (On and Off campus), Escooters, and Drones.

In this second Automotive Hour on automated drive technologies, Daniel S. Savrin and Mark J. Fanelli will explore the regulatory and commercial considerations for cutting-edge autonomous technologies in the micromobility sector—the forerunner to large-scale autonomous vehicle adoption—and the legal implications of recent trends for automated technology stakeholders.

TOPICS WILL INCLUDE:

  • The state of play/background on the micromobility sector
  • Escooter operations in major US cities and applicable state and local laws
  • The proliferation of autonomous delivery robots on college campuses and beyond
  • Regulatory and commercial considerations for autonomous vehicle stakeholders and public regulators in the micromobility sector and lessons to be learned in the context of the impending expansion of autonomous vehicle use

Questions? Please contact Chloe Krauss.

Morgan Lewis Automotive Hour is a series of automotive and mobility industry–focused webinars led by members of the Morgan Lewis global automotive team. The 2021 program is designed to provide a comprehensive overview on a variety of topics related to clients in the automotive and mobility industry. View past and upcoming presentations here >>

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