Hilfinger Quoted on Potential Pitfalls in Race to Bring Self-Driving Cars to Market

22 October 2017 Automotive News News
Partner Steven Hilfinger is quoted in an Automotive News article, “Speedy Tech Deals May Crash and Burn Later,” about the perils of rushing into new and vaguely defined partnership agreements to develop self-driving car technology.

“Everybody is in a race for talent in every corner of the globe in automotive. To successfully come together in a venture and leverage that technology is a faster way to get there,” Hilfinger said. “You want to know going in what access you may have and what the expectations are. IP ownership is critical.”

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