Autonomous Transportation and Shared Mobility

Autonomous Transportation and Shared Mobility

Autonomous transportation and shared mobility presents numerous business opportunities for companies across a wide spectrum of industries. The sector’s growth and transformation also present novel legal, business and regulatory challenges.

As one of the world’s first and leading law firms dedicated to technology, Silicon Valley-based Fenwick & West has been tackling these emerging issues as they arise. Moreover, as the pace of development and innovation outpaces changes in the law, Fenwick helps companies proceed confidently into newly uncovered and unchartered territories. Fenwick’s Autonomous Transportation and Shared Mobility Practice is working with organizations across industries--from startups to technology giants to major automotive and mobility companies--to address these unprecedented changes.

Fenwick’s Autonomous Transportation and Shared Mobility Practice has deep technical expertise and market knowledge of the cutting-edge technologies driving autonomous transportation, including:

  • Machine learning and artificial intelligence
  • High-powered sensors and cameras
  • Cloud-based data processing and management
  • Map augmentation
  • Power systems
  • Telematics
  • Privacy and cybersecurity
  • Robotics
  • Connected ecosystem
  • Communication systems and management
  • Customer experience
  • Shared mobility
  • Regulatory issues
  • IoT

Leveraging this knowledge, our practice resolves the complex legal and business issues in this rapidly evolving industry by helping companies with:

  • Corporate formation and financing
  • IPOs and private equity
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Executive compensation & employee benefits
  • Cross-border agreements
  • Joint ventures and development agreements
  • Inbound and outbound technology and data licensing
  • Intellectual Property (IP) strategy
  • Intellectual property portfolio development (patent, trademark, copyright)
  • Federal and state intellectual property and commercial litigation
  • International Trade Commission Litigation
  • Privacy and cybersecurity
  • Public company and corporate governance
  • Regulatory issues