Regulating Disruption: Responding To Emerging Technologies

On March 3, 2017 I will be a panelist at the 2017 Stanford Technology Law Review symposium.  The agenda appears below:

Regulating Disruption: Responding to Emerging Technologies
All events will be held at Stanford Law School
Friday, March 3, 2017

8:30-9:00 AM – Registration & Breakfast

9:05-9:50 AM – Opening Keynote—Virtual Reality

  • Mark A. Lemley (William H. Neukom Professor of Law and Director, Program in Law, Science & Technology, Stanford Law School)

10:00-11:30 AM – Autonomous Vehicles

  • Bryant Walker Smith (Assistant Professor of Law, University of South Carolina School of Law)
  • Elliot Katz (Associate, DLA Piper; Head, Connected and Self-Driving Cars Practice)
  • Bert Kafuman (Head of Corporate & Regulatory Affairs, Zoox Inc.)
  • Moderated by Alan Prescott (Senior Counsel, Uber Technologies)

11:40-1:10 PM – 3D Printing

  • Michael Weinberg (IP & General Counsel, Shapeways)
  • Deven Desai (Associate Professor, Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business)
  • William Cass (Partner & Co-Chair, Litigation Department, Cantor Colburn LLP)
  • Moderated by Phil Malone (Professor of Law and Director, Juelsgaard Intellectual Property & Innovation Clinic)

1:15-2:30 PM – Lunch Keynote

  • Glenn Gerstell (General Counsel, National Security Agency)

2:40-4:10 PM – Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

  • Greg McNeal (Professor, Pepperdine Law School & Co-Founder, Airmap)
  • Gabriel Dobbs (Vice President of Business Development and Policy, Kespry Inc.)
  • Marc Rotenberg (President & Executive Director, Electronic Privacy Information Center)
  • Moderated by Siggi Hindrichs (Co-Founder, Notifleet)

4:10-6:00 PM – Closing Remarks & Networking Reception

Gregory S. McNeal

Along with being a successful entrepreneur, I am a tenured Professor of Law and Public Policy at Pepperdine University. I teach courses related to technology, law, and policy, and serve as a faculty member with the Palmer Center for Entrepreneurship.

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