Autonomous and Connected Vehicle Legal Landscape
August 10, 2017
An autonomous, self-driving vehicle recently drove more than 2,500 miles on an inaugural nationwide trip from Washington, D.C. to Seattle. Autonomous vehicles are coming, along with corresponding changes in laws, taxes, insurance requirements, patents, and contracts. Are you ready?
Tesla Drops Motors and Patent Suits
June 6, 2017
Not only has Tesla dropped “Motors” from its name, it has also denounced patent wars, specifically referring to a patent as “a lottery ticket to a lawsuit.” Like Tesla, do you see patents—and the lengthy, expensive lawsuits they lead to—as a hindrance to innovation?
U.S. Airways vs. Sabre: 3 Ways to Prove Healthy Market Competition
February 28, 2017
At the heart of any antitrust suit lies the intent to foster healthy competition in the market. But what, exactly, does healthy competition foster? A recent battle of experts in the $134M trial between U.S. Airways and Sabre offered three indicators to successfully prove healthy market competition...