With autonomous cars creating historic disruption in the automotive industry, some countries are reassessing regulations while trying to seize market leadership. Policymakers and industry players in the U.S. are collaborating to design rules that support the advancement of better transportation environments, while German automakers want international laws revised so they can legalize fully automated vehicles.

The autonomous era is compelling other changes as well and automakers will need legal advisors with a broad comprehension of the industry, competitive landscape, and international policy.

In the final installment of our autonomous and connected vehicles podcast series, Hogan Lovells Partner Patrick Ayad and Senior Counsel Lance Bultena discuss how autonomous vehicles are challenging decades of regulations and shaping perspectives around the world.

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