Join the Office of the California Attorney General, UC Hastings College of the Law - Startup Legal Garage, and Engine for an inside look at the issues that companies and policymakers face when disruptive technologies enter regulated industries.
Hear from regulators, policy experts, and some of the biggest players in the emerging platform economy about their approaches to issues related to licensing regimes, the commercialization of private assets, and urban mobility.
Panel One: Licensing Regimes and the Commercialization of Private Assets
Shelby Clark, Chief Executive Officer, Peers & Co-Founder, Turo
Conor Johnston, Chief of Staff, President of the SF Board of Supervisors, London Breed
Matt Jorgensen, Co-CEO & Co-Founder, Josephine
Justin Malan, Executive Director, CA Conference of Directors of Environmental Health
David Owen, Head of Policy Strategy, Airbnb
Moderator: Alice Armitage, Associate Professor & Director, Startup Legal Garage, Institute for Innovation Law, UC Hastings College of the Law
Panel Two: Urban Mobility
Carolyn Yashari Becher, Co-Founder, Head of Policy and People/General Counsel, HopSkipDrive
Emily Castor, Director of Transportation Policy, Lyft
Chris Shultz, Deputy Commissioner, California Department of Insurance
Timothy Alan Simon, Commissioner Emeritus, California Public Utilities Commission
Moderator: Justin Erlich, Special Assistant Attorney General, Principal Advisor on Technology & Data, California Department of Justice