Hogan Lovells Living Mobility Spotlight Q&A series

What is Living Mobility? It is easier to say what it is not. The automotive industry is no longer focused on the traditional vehicle. Not only are the vehicles changing, but we are now focused on mobility: different modes of travel for people and goods all connected in new and evolving ways. As this sector changes, it will also change how we live because it will change how we move, are connected, and even what we do. Living Mobility is an attempt to capture this vibrant evolution of not just our cars and mobility networks but of how we live.

Changes of this magnitude take time. But the rate of change is rapid. Companies develop technology, and with it new business models combine with changes in consumer demand and government regulation to shape the future. Change of this magnitude generates a host of novel business, legal, and policy issues that we will start to explore in this thought leadership series.

We envision Living Mobility broadly with four key characteristics: Living Mobility is Objective, Inclusive, Unifying, and Sustainable. To introduce our Living Mobility initiative, our Living Mobility Spotlight Q&A series highlights important issues that illustrate the Living Mobility characteristics:

Objective

Inclusive

Unifying

Sustainable

 

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Authored by Patrick Ayad, Lance Bultena, Mark Brennan, Ari Fitzgerald, John Salmon, Mary Anne Sullivan, Mark Parsons, Lisa Ellman, Sarah Shaw, Juan Francisco Torres Landa, Liang Xu, Alex Harrison, and Charlotte Le Roux.

 

 

Contacts
Patrick Ayad
Partner
Munich
Mark Brennan
Partner
Washington, D.C.
Ari Fitzgerald
Partner
Washington, D.C.
John Salmon
Partner
London
Mark Parsons
Partner
Hong Kong
Lisa Ellman
Partner
Washington, D.C.
Sarah Shaw
Partner
London
Juan Torres Landa Ruffo
Partner
Mexico City
Liang Xu
Partner
Beijing
Alex Harrison
Partner
London

 

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