The High Technology Law Journal invites you to their Spring Symposium to engage in a conversation about Autonomous Vehicle Regulations and Compliance.
- Registering for Non-MCLE Credit: Free
- Registering for MCLE Credit: Free
Location: This event will take place in Charney Hall, room 207.
There will be a short reception after the event with food and drinks.
The program will qualify for 2 hours of continuing legal education.
Inquiries regarding sponsorship of the symposium may be directed to Connor O’Flaherty at email@example.com.
|5:15 pm||Check In|
|5:40 pm||Welcome and Introductions
Troy Sanders, Editor-in-Chief, High Tech Law Journal
Joleen Martinez, Symposium Editor, High Tech Law Journal
Connor O’Flaherty, Business Editor, High Tech Law Journal
|5:45 pm||Autonomous Vehicles Then & Now
Dorothy Glancy, Professor, Santa Clara Law
Robert Peterson, Professor Emeritus, Santa Clara Law
|6:30 pm||Policies & Regulations
Steve Wood, Assistant Chief Counsel for Vehicle Safety Standards & Harmonization, NHSTA
|7:30 pm||Regulatory Compliance Counseling
H. Mark Lyon, Partner, Gibson Dunn
Sven Beiker, Engineer, Silicon Valley Mobility
|8:15 pm||Adjourn and Reception for Speakers and Attendees|
Nandi Chhabra, General Counsel at Peloton Technology
Nandi Chhabra is General Counsel at Peloton Technology, a Mountain View, California-based truck connectivity and automation startup developing platooning technology. At Peloton Technology, he advises on legal, policy, and market development issues including corporate and commercial law, product liability, and regulatory matters. He has worked previously in the White House and the United States Senate. Nandi holds a JD/MBA from Stanford University, and an A.B. from Princeton University.
Dorothy Glancy, Professor of Law at Santa Clara University School of Law
Robert Peterson, Emeritus Professor of Law at Santa Clara University School of Law
Professor Robert Peterson has been a frequent contributor to the field of insurance law as it relates to autonomous vehicles. Along with his role as the Director of the Graduate Legal Programs, he specializes in civil procedure, torts, product liability, and evidence.
Steve Wood: Assistant Chief Counsel for Vehicle Safety Standards & Harmonization, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Steve Wood has spent many years as a leader of the NHTSA rulemaking attorneys. Steve has been an active influencer in the development of a number of federal regulations on automotive transportation and continues to modernize regulatory practices in anticipation of emerging fields such as autonomous vehicles.
Mark Lyon, Partner at Gibson Dunn
Mark Lyon is a partner at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP and the Chair of Gibson Dunn’s Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems practice group. Mark has over two decades of experience representing clients in litigation, regulatory and transactional matters involving intellectual property and data rights, cybersecurity and privacy issues, and commercial matters involving numerous technology areas. A frequent lecturer and author on legal issues raised by new and emerging technologies, Mark is also an active member of the law committee of The IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous and Intelligent Systems, which will soon release version 3 of its guiding publication, “Ethically Aligned Design.”
Sven Beiker, Managing Director at Silicon Valley Mobility
Sven Beiker is an expert in the automotive and high-tech topics. He has a special focus and background in autonomous, connected, electric, and shared vehicles. Sven is the Founder and Managing Director of Silicon Valley Mobility which advises clients on the future of mobility along with the trends of automation, communication electrification, an commoditization.