To Share or Not to Share: The Battle Over Regulating the Sharing Economy (On-Demand CLE)

    To Share or Not to Share: The Battle Over Regulating the Sharing Economy (On-Demand CLE)
    CLE 60 min

    To Share or Not to Share: The Battle Over Regulating the Sharing Economy (On-Demand CLE)

    This program will explain how the use of new technologies raises difficult legal issues that defy easy solutions to the legal challenges they present. You'll gain perspectives from sharing economy technology network companies with speaker representatives from Uber, HomeAway, and Limebike.

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    Whether it is bedrooms, cars, or even bikes, the sharing economy is in full swing in Texas and elsewhere. What issues do these businesses raise? What are some communities doing to regulate them? Why are some states like Texas preempting local governmental regulation?  This panel will address how local and state governments in Texas and elsewhere are responding to the sharing economy. 

    Faculty will:

    • Analyze the breadth of issues raised by the sharing economy and appreciate the difficulty of regulating short-term rentals or ride-sharing drivers due to the involvement of numerous persons providing these services
    • Predict the types of legal challenges brought to challenge municipal regulation of the sharing economy
    • Identify ways to retrofit public ways to accommodate motorists, pedestrians, cyclists, and people riding motorized scooters and bicycles

    Product Details

    Moderators

    Janice C Griffith

    Panelists

    Ashley Hodgini, Terrence Scott Welch, Trevor Kade Theunissen

    Sponsors

    ABACLE, Section of State and Local Government Law, Young Lawyers Division

    Product Code

    CE1902ECOOLC

    Duration

    60

    Publication Date

    2/6/2019 12:00:00 AM

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