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Black Boxes in Automobiles: European Union Requires Installation of Event Data Recorders

European Union - July 2 2021 In 2019, the European Commission and the European Council jointly approved a regulation that will require new safety measures in motor vehicles…

Amy Kläsener, Alexandre de Verdu, Philipp Werner.

France Plans on Adopting New Rules for Self-Driving Cars

France - April 8 2021 In 2016, the French government authorized, for experimental purposes only, the deployment of autonomous vehicles―so-called "self-driving cars"―on…

Olivier Haas, Charles H. Moellenberg,, Philipp Werner.

EU Legislation Unclear for Autonomous Vehicles

European Union - April 6 2021 The liability regimes for product liability related to driverless cars in various European countries remain far from harmonized, and lawmakers trail…

Vanessa Foncke, Dorothée Weber-Bruls, Philipp Werner.

JONES DAY TALKS®: Private Antitrust Litigation in France

France - March 19 2021 Jones Day’s series on private enforcement actions relating to antitrust matters in Europe continues with a focus on recent developments in France…

Eric Barbier de La Serre.

"Class Actions" in Europe: Steps Toward a Harmonized Litigation Framework

European Union - July 30 2020 The EU has been seeking to strengthen consumer rights vis-à-vis companies, especially in "mass harm" situations with cross-border implications…

Lamberto Schiona, Dr. Christian B. Fulda, GREGORY M. SHUMAKER.