Butzel Long Connected Car Symposium

Detroit, MI
Thursday, February 18, 2016

Brian Daugherty (OESA/MEMA)

Jennifer Dukarski (Butzel Long)

Steve Goodman (Butzel Long)

Kurt Haras (Quarton International)

Dan Hearsch (Alix Partners)

Justin Klimko (Butzel Long)

Greg Krueger (HNTB)

Bill Panagos (Butzel Long)

Claudia Rast (Butzel Long)

Michael Ridge (Silent Cyber)

McConnell Trapp (Speed Trapp Consulting)

Al Wagner (MB Tech AKKA Group)

 

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Butzel Long, in partnership with OESA and DBusiness, would like to invite you to attend the Butzel Long Connected Car Symposium.

February 18th, 2016

The M@dison - Detroit, MI

The connected and autonomous vehicle innovation is perhaps the most meaningful and fast paced modern-day development in the automotive industry. Along with innovation comes a lot of uncharted territory. The Butzel Long Connected Car Symposium will navigate some of that territory by presenting expert insight on topics including Intellectual Property, Deal Making, Contractual Issues, Regulatory and Legislative Developments, Hacking and Tracking, Data Ownership, and Privacy Issues.

In addition to substantive programming, opportunities for networking and group discussion will also be provided. We look forward to having you join us!

Agenda:

CSS 2016 Agenda

Event Location

The Madison
1555 Broadway Street
Detroit, MI 48226
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