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MIP/BM Autolex: Autonomous Vehicle Legal Forum 2018

September 25 2018, Aloft Detroit at The David Whitney, Detroit


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Managing IP and Benchmark Litigation  is pleased to announce the second annual return of the  Autolex Autonomous Vehicle Forum taking place at the Aloft Detroit at the David Whiteney  in Detroit on September 25, 2018. This one day forum will focus on the disruptive changes occurring in the automobile industry as autonomous vehicles become a reality.

Hear from some of the USA's top in-house and law firm automobile, discuss litigation, IP and transactional issues.

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Benefits of attending:

  • How to deal with IP patents, valuation and licensing?
  • Who is taking the lead on regulations - federal, state, governor executive orders, DOT?
  • How will autonomous vehicles redefine the product liability landscape?
  • Is the insurance market keeping up with liability policies?
  • Have the cyber/data/privacy concerns been resolved?

Who will you meet:

  • General counsel
  • In-house counsel
  • Litigation counsel
  • IP counsel
  • Corporate and business affairs professionals
  • Regulators
  • Private practice lawyers



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Kevin Pragas
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+44 207 779 8579

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+44 207 779 8836

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