Our group convenes representatives of government, industry, academia, law practice, and other interested persons to evaluate and propose regulatory, industry, and practical responses to sharing economy businesses, such as short-term rental providers and transportation network companies. The group seeks to facilitate a robust discussion among competing interests in this fast-evolving industry sector. Because of the far-reaching implications of the sharing economy, the group seeks to attract members with a diverse set of interests, which include but are not limited to state and local government law, land use law, labor law, tax law, civil rights law; and consumer protection, among others.

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