I recently provided some thoughts to The Legal Intelligencer on Uber’s plans to roll out a fleet of self-driving cars in Pittsburgh later this month. The company announced its plans without submitting details to the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission, which regulates taxis and ride-sharing services in the vast majority of the Commonwealth. In the piece, I discuss some open questions centered around liability raised by the announcement.
To read the piece, please visit “As Uber Rolls Out Driverless Cabs, States Play Catch-Up on Regulations” on Law.com. (The article requires a subscription or a free sign-up.)