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Just over a year on from our last look at the possible impact of Brexit on the automotive industry and with almost 7 months to go until the UK formally withdraws from the EU, we revisit the potential implications for ...
The Network and Information Systems (NIS) Directive, which aims to increase the security of network and information systems across the EU, becomes law in each Member State on 9 May 2018.
The United States' ('US') Department of Commerce ('DOC') initiated a so-called "section 232" investigation on 23 May 2018 into the possible national security effects of imports of cars (including SUVs, Vans and Light ...
On 8 November 2018, the Law Commission issued a new consultation paper on the legal and regulatory framework for automated vehicles.
3.1 million new electric vehicles ("EVs") were registered worldwide in 2017. This represents an increase of 57% from 2016 and is similar to the growth rate of 60% in 2015 and 2016.
The article provides deep insights for European suppliers about the unique legal environment in China, particularly from a contract and product liability law perspective.
In less than a decade China's new energy vehicles (NEV) market has become the largest in the world. In 2018 more than a million NEVs were sold in China, more than three times the number sold in the US. However, sales ...
The Czech Office for the Protection of Competition imposed a fine of a total amount of approx. EUR 40,000 on the City of Prague for anti-competitive parking conditions for certain hybrid vehicles in paid parking zones.
This update provides a summary of two recent developments in the UK's approach to the regulation of connected and automated vehicles (or 'CAVs'): first, the launch of a new Government consultation on 'automated lane ...