Autonomous Vehicles: Legal Implications of a Driverless Future


Quentin Brogdon and Ron Hedges share insights on the legal challenges arising from driverless vehicle technologies.

The rapid development of ever-advancing driverless technologies brings with it a whole slew of legal questions. For one, who is responsible for regulating the use of this new technology? Can the term “autonomous” really be used to describe any of today’s vehicles? And, if a vehicle boasting some level of autonomy is involved in an accident, who is at fault? State Bar of Texas host Rocky Dhir welcomes Quentin Brogdon and Ron Hedges to answer common questions about autonomous vehicles and their many intersections with different areas of the law.

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