Why the EV Industry is a Breeding Ground for Trade Secret Theft
The market for electric vehicles is both still emerging and heavily competitive, making it ripe for competition, and by extension, theft. Companies that hire workers in the EV and tech space and the workers that they hire should prepare to be in the legal crosshairs as the industries continue to merge.
Insights & News
June 10, 2021 — Article
The Electric Vehicles Charging Infrastructure Calamity
Building and supplying a workable national network of charging stations involves three benchmarks: strategic location along roads and highways, access to the high voltage supply, and standardized charging equipment. Each of these benchmarks presents substantial problems for the widespread adoption of EVs.
April 22, 2021 — Blog
Omics: The Future of Toxic Tort Causation Analyses
How can counsel leverage innovative ways to prove or disprove causation in toxic torts? Enter omics, a method of analysis that looks at evidence of causation more broadly to offer a more comprehensive and persuasive way to prove a position.
November 25, 2020 — Other Content
How Energy Impacts Innovation and Design
The pervasive spread of COVID-19 has caused worldwide disruption. We sat down with WIT mechatronics expert, Mahdi Shahbakhti, Ph.D., to broadly discuss his energy flow research and how that research influenced his work to minimize the transmission of COVID-19 within HVAC design and control.