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Automotive | Transportation

Can Driverless Cars Steer Clear of Litigation? In addition to lawsuits, federal and state regulation await on the road ahead

A renaissance of epic proportions is underway in the United States, where 4,000-pound objects will soon be motoring alongside us on freeways, through intersections, crosswalks and school zones without a driver. Ground Zero for this marvel centers around the creation of digital hardware and its...

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Discovery Tips for Government Investigations: Develop a cleaner process with these preemptive guides

This article is for attorneys and in-house counsel involved in the e-discovery portion of an internal investigation or government subpoena. The commentary is meant to be general – it should apply to investigations involving the Office of Inspector General, the Department of Justice, the SEC,...

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Aviation

Armed Drone Export Policy Steals Thunder, But Commercial Use Changes May Be Bigger Show

Last month, the State Department announced a long-awaited update to the country’s policy on exports of military unmanned aerial systems (UAS). The announcement made headlines because the new policy will allow the U.S. government to more favorably consider requests to export military...

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