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    The Implications of Autonomous Vehicles

    12 PM EST

    We’ve heard of personally owned autonomous cars, but what about autonomous Ubers? How do these affect the law? Florida, California, Nevada, and Michigan have already passed legislation to legalize the use of autonomous vehicles. Florida only requires a normal license, California plans to issue licenses specifically for autonomous vehicles, and Nevada plans to include an endorsement on the license. What is the implication of this legislation? Why have only four states addressed this technology? Should there be licensing tests to drive autonomous vehicles? How will these vehicles be insured? Who is responsible if an autonomous vehicle gets into an accident?

    Moderator

    Charles Coffey, The Bar Plan, St. Louis, Missouri

    Speakers

    Bradford Hughes, Esq., Selman Breitman, LLP, Los Angeles, California

    Carolina Lopez, Esq., Vocke Law Group, LLP, Chicago, Illinois

    C. Matt Alva, Esq., Swanson, Martin & Bell, LLP, Chicago, Illinois

    Brandon Stein, Esq., Stein Law, Miami, Florida

    Dale Appell, Esq, The Law Office of Dale Appell, Tampa, Florida

    Sponsored by: ABA YLD Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Committee and the YLD Litigation Committee

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    The Implications of Autonomous Vehicles

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    Format

    Teleconference

    Date

    Feb 23, 2017

    2017-02-23T12:00:00-05:00 2017-02-23T13:00:00-05:00 The Implications of Autonomous Vehicles

    We’ve heard of personally owned autonomous cars, but what about autonomous Ubers? How do these affect the law? Florida, California, Nevada, and Michigan have already passed legislation to legalize the use of autonomous vehicles. Florida only requires a normal license, California plans to issue licenses specifically for autonomous vehicles, and Nevada plans to include an endorsement on the license. What is the implication of this legislation? Why have only four states addressed this technology? Should there be licensing tests to drive autonomous vehicles? How will these vehicles be insured? Who is responsible if an autonomous vehicle gets into an accident?

    Moderator

    Charles Coffey, The Bar Plan, St. Louis, Missouri

    Speakers

    Bradford Hughes, Esq., Selman Breitman, LLP, Los Angeles, California

    Carolina Lopez, Esq., Vocke Law Group, LLP, Chicago, Illinois

    C. Matt Alva, Esq., Swanson, Martin & Bell, LLP, Chicago, Illinois

    Brandon Stein, Esq., Stein Law, Miami, Florida

    Dale Appell, Esq, The Law Office of Dale Appell, Tampa, Florida

    Sponsored by: ABA YLD Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Committee and the YLD Litigation Committee

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