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A Survey of Legal Issues Arising from the Deployment of Autonomous and Connected Vehicles

Daniel A. Crane, University of Michigan Law School
Kyle D. Logue, University of Michigan Law School
Bryce C. Pilz, University of Michigan Law School


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U of Michigan Public Law Research Paper No. 510
U of Michigan Law & Econ Research Paper No. 16-015

DANIEL A. CRANE, University of Michigan Law School
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KYLE D. LOGUE, University of Michigan Law School
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BRYCE C. PILZ, University of Michigan Law School
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This report addresses some of the primary legal and regulatory issues related to the deployment of autonomous and connected vehicles. The authors are a team of researchers at the University of Michigan Law School. The authors’ research has been generously supported with funding from the University of Michigan Mobility Transformation Center. This research project involves three stages. The first stage involved initial research, drafting, and then dissemination of this draft report. The second stage involved a conference that was held at the University of Michigan Law School on April 15, 2016. In the third stage, based on comments received at the conference, the authors have finalized and publish this report.

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