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Survey and Framework Development for Legal and Regulatory Issues Arising from AV Technologies

Status: Complete

Lead Researcher(s)

Daniel Crane
Frederick Paul Furth, Sr Professor of Law and Professor of Law, Law School

Bryce Pilz
Directory of Licensing, University of Michigan Office Of Tech Transfer

Project Team

Project Abstract

The objective was to conduct a comprehensive survey of the legal and regulatory issues posed by automated vehicle (AV) technologies with input from academic and industry leaders. Topics surveyed included liability, insurance, privacy, intellectual property rights, antitrust implications of standardization, and others that were identified in the course of the project.

Project Outcome

Conducted a survey and study of legal and regulatory issues posed by AV technologies with input from academic and industry leaders.


BUDGET YEAR: 2015-01-01
RESEARCH CATEGORY: LEGAL LIABILITY & INSURANCE