Mobility & Transportation
From mobility as a service to autonomous vehicles, we help drive our clients' success.
Davis Wright Tremaine engages with clients across sectors—including emerging technology companies, telecommunications providers, original equipment manufacturers, hardware and software suppliers, distributors, cloud platform and AI developers, and policymakers—all along the mobility supply chain.
Our regulatory capabilities cover a broad array of legal issues, including transportation, environmental, data privacy and cybersecurity, communications connectivity, and AI.
Our transactional capabilities include advising on a variety of agreements from structuring, negotiating, and implementing a transaction to identifying and devising solutions for complex deals.
- Advising autonomous vehicle developer on state and local regulatory requirements for pilot programs.
- Advising on the current legal landscape under EU and U.S. law for artificial intelligence, with implications for the mobility industry.
- Advising industry leaders on spectrum policy and communications regulatory matters before the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and U.S. government agencies such as dedicated safety spectrum.
- Advising clients on export control, trade sanctions, and CFIUS rules applicable to autonomous vehicles, driver assistance, and related information systems, for products including software, components, apps, and batteries.
- Extensively advised leading provider of a variety of micro-mobility vehicles on state and local regulatory obligations including licensing, parking, and advertising restrictions.
- Assisting mobile operators navigating licensing and security requirements linked to communications platforms for vehicles.
- Advising on client product development plans to stay ahead of the curve on safety and fuel economy and CO2 regulatory matters.
- Advising on pending regulations addressing autonomous driving systems.
- Assisting with development and implementation of appropriate privacy and security measures for mobile applications designed to collect and use geolocation and personal information from U.S. and EU consumers.
- Develop and negotiate purchase and sale agreements for autonomous vehicle components, such as LiDAR headlights.