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Cities Plan for Future of Autonomous Cars

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One year ago, we posted about the National Association of City Officials’s (NACTO) policy recommendations for autonomous vehicles.  NACTO focused on the projected infrastructure requirements for autonomous vehicles.  Now, the National League of Cities (NLC) is weighing in that cities need to speed up their efforts of preparing for autonomous cars.… Continue reading this entry

Connected Cars: Navigating Top Trends in 2017

Yesterday, the Automotive Industry Team of Foley & Larnder LLP (yes, us), hosted its annual event at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, MI. Eschewing narrow or small topics, we charged into 2017 by trying to predict just what would happen with connected cars in 2017. Our day started with Joseph Kwederis, Automotive Cyber … Continue reading this entry

Navigating Connected Cars in 2017: Data Protection

It’s a fact: today’s marketplace has given connected cars the green light. As an OEM or supplier accelerating to create products to meet industry demand, what challenges can you anticipate in 2017? Here is the second installment (following up our post on IP Protection) describing where we believe your attention should be focused during the … Continue reading this entry