Steering the future: Victoria to welcome driverless cars
Victoria has become the latest State to create a legislative regime relating to driverless vehicles, with the Victorian Government recently passing legislation amending the Road Safety Act 1986 to allow for ‘automated driving systems’.
Moving people in the age of autonomous vehicles: climate boon or bane?
Our Driverless Australia series considers the impact autonomous cars, bikes and trucks will have on our society. In our third instalment, we examine the climate change implications for our cities and beyond.
Australian Law Reform Commission releases key proposals for class action reform
The Australian Law Reform Commission has published its discussion paper on whether and to what extent class actions and litigation funders should be subject to Commonwealth regulation. We consider the ALRC’s proposed class action reforms.