From open transport data to autonomous vehicles and intelligent transport systems, new technologies and business models are changing the way we explore our cities, and the wider world. We are at the forefront of change, helping our clients in the individual and mass transport sectors anticipate innovations and navigate an increasingly complex regulatory landscape.
Our focus areas
In an increasingly fast moving Automotive sector, we advise technology providers, suppliers, aftermarket operators and associations on everything from CAVs and EVs to cross-border distribution systems, from M&A and competition law to data, IP, product safety and cyber security.
We recognise that understanding this industry requires a real knowledge of how areas such as mobility, energy and digital infrastructure, power management systems, software, data and payments solutions interact – and we're experts in all these.
New technologies and business models are driving change across the logistics industry. We act for clients across the supply chain and can help you take advantage of traditional logistics models and new trends such as drones, intelligent transport systems and new forms of last mile delivery.
We advise a broad range of clients at the forefront of international passenger transport on their biggest commercial challenges, from RailTech, asset finance, infrastructure and rail franchise projects to regulatory matters and industry disputes.
Rapid developments in technology are changing urban mobility, from the way we travel and transport goods and beyond. Our exciting new series explores legal issues, challenges and opportunities in MaaS.
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