Butzel Long attorney discusses legal hurdles of autonomous vehicles at University of Michigan Law School conference on April 15
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Butzel Long attorney Jennifer Dukarski will discuss legal and regulatory hurdles to deployment of autonomous vehicles during a conference at The University of Michigan Law School on Friday, April 15, 2016.
She is among a group of industry, government, and academic experts who will examine the high-priority issues from a variety of perspectives, including original equipment manufacturers, technology suppliers, insurance providers, federal, state, and local governments, ride-sharing providers, and emerging entrepreneurial ventures.
Dukarski focuses her practice at the intersection of technology and communications with an emphasis on emerging and disruptive issues: design for privacy, vehicle safety, infotainment, and connected and autonomous cars. With experience in intellectual property, automotive and media law, she leads clients in securing and protecting technology through transactions and litigation. A self-titled “recovering engineer,” she serves as Counsel to the OESA’s Product Development Council.