Last week, Jeremy Lustman had the honor of introducing a panel discussion entitled, “Are We There Yet?  Four Ideas Driving the Revolution in Mobility”, at OurCrowd’s annual Global Investor Summit that took place in Jerusalem.  The panel focused on the shifting world of personal transportation that will radically transform how people get from one place to another: autonomous driving, electric vehicles, connectivity, and shared mobility.

In DLA Piper’s latest Technology Sector Alert, our colleague Vincent Man also looks at how cars are quickly becoming an integrated part of the Internet of Things, and how with that evolution comes both risks and opportunities for companies in the car industry in areas such as (i) patents and litigation, (ii) liability from manufacturing defects or design defects, and (iii) liability from breaches of privacy legislation.  To read the entire article, please click here.

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