2. August 2019
We have a fresh batch of content on our Taylor Wessing Download site which provides insights into the legal implications of the latest media and technology developments.
New technologies are facilitating a revolution in transport and mobility which can have a real impact on rural and urban communities, enhancing connectivity and reducing congestion and air pollution. We look at future mobility solutions including AEVs, drones and ride-hailing apps, and at the legal framework which should facilitate but sometimes holds back their growth.
Angus Finnegan looks at the development of disruptive mobility solutions.
Gabriel Goh and Alistair Watson look at the symbiosis between city planning and future mobility solutions.
Timothy Pinto and Louise Popple look at the new safety regulations governing the use of drones in the UK and EU.
Katie Chandler and Helen Robinson look at the government's efforts to make the UK a market leader in autonomous and electric vehicles.
Joe Aiston looks at the employment status of those working in the gig economy and at the impact on future mobility businesses.
Kelly Burke looks at England's complex licensing regime for ride-hailing apps.