Firm conducts Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Symposium

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Butzel Long hosted the Third Annual Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Symposium on Wednesday, June 20, in Ann Arbor. Attorneys from the firm’s Automotive Law, Business and Intellectual Property practice areas shared the latest developments.  Taking part in the symposium were (front row, left to right) Claudia Rast, Intellectual Property Practice chair, Butzel Long; Will Orlewicz, mobility and technology attorney, Magnum Manufacturing; Jennifer Dukarski, attorney and leader of Butzel Long’s Connected Car Working Group; Kate Karol, attorney, Butzel Long; and David DeVine, attorney, Butzel Long; along with (back row, left to right) Houman Shadab, co-founder, New York-based Clause.IO; and Daniel Rustmann, attorney, Butzel Long.  Also part of the symposium but not pictured were Paul Krutko, president and CEO, Ann Arbor SPARK; Mitchell Zajac, attorney, Butzel Long; and Renee Phillips, counsel, General Motors.

– Photo courtesy of Butzel Long

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