Driving into the Future

The automotive industry is currently being radically redefined by exciting technological innovations and future mobility trends that create a lot of opportunities but also challenges.

Germany is amongst the top three highest car producers worldwide. For the German automotive industry to continue to be one of the most important automotive drivers globally, automotive companies will have to navigate around disruptions and compete with new entrants becoming part of "the future of mobility". To stay ahead, you need to anticipate what’s around the corner as challenges come from all directions.

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Knowledge is power

Join us on Thursday, October 26, 2017, to discuss the future of the automotive industry in Germany as well as globally.


Key Notes

 New Mobility Opportunities

Prof. Dr. Stefan Bratzel

Center of Automotive Management

Blockchain in the New Mobility

Alexander Renz, Managing Partner

New Mobility Consulting


Following these key notes, our selected Hogan Lovells lawyers from the U.S. and Europe will focus on hot topics in the industry during two subsequent interactive panel discussions:


Panel 1- The future of mobility: Are you still in the driver's seat?

– What developments and innovations can we expect in the next few years, what will be the benefits, and who will benefit?

– What are the biggest opportunities on the transactional side with connected, autonomous, shared and electric vehicles?

– How will new automotive business models impact other sectors such as finance and real estate?


Panel 2- Safely steering through disruptions and challenges

– How will the most relevant safety and environmental regulations further develop, and how will they be enforced going forward?

– What kind of disputes have been experienced in the automotive industry, and how are they usually resolved? Are there any quick solutions along the supply chain available?

– What is the further impact of antitrust and patent issues on the automotive industry?

We look forward to seeing you in Stuttgart on October 26, 2017.


Departure by train

Stuttgart Main Station: 8:14 p.m. (9:13 p.m.)

Arrival Munich Main Station: 10:16 p.m. (11:29 p.m.)

Stuttgart Main Station: 8:51 p.m.

Arrival Frankfurt Main Station: 10:16 p.m.

Stuttgart Main Station: 8:51 p.m.

Arrival Cologne Main Station: 11:07 p.m.


If you have any further questions please contact:

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