Podcast: The Legal Implications of Driverless Car Technology with Akerman’s Gail Gottehrer (Part 2)

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In a new two-part Thomson Reuters’ Legal Executive Institute podcast, Joe Raczynski, Legal Technologist and Futurist with Thomson Reuters Legal, discusses the hot topic of driverless car technology and its impact on the legal industry with attorney Gail Gottehrer, partner at Akerman LLP.

In part 2, (available below) Joe and Gail will discuss the opportunities for law firms in this evolving area. For example, law firms focusing on driverless cars can advise clients about various issues including: (i) changes in insurance coverage models; (ii) regulatory changes in affected industries, (iii) workforce/employment issues, (iv) data privacy and security issues, and (v) anticipating potential use of data in litigation.

You can also listen to part 1 of this podcast, where the pair discuss how the technology behind autonomous vehicles continues to evolve and who are the main players in this area.

You can read a full transcript of this podcast here.