The US Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration recently released A Vision for Safety 2.0, an update to its prior guidance on automated driving systems. The new guidance adopts a voluntary, flexible approach to regulation of automated driving systems and clarifies that it alone, and not the states, is responsible for regulating the safety design and performance aspects of such systems.
William M. Friedman focuses his practice on regulatory, legislative, compliance and transactional issues related to energy and commodities markets. While in law school, William was a notes editor for The George Washington International Law Review. He held internships at the Department of Justice and the Energy and Telecommunications Division of the Massachusetts Attorney General's Office. Read William Friedman's full bio.