Regulatory and Legal Models for the Sharing Economy

April 28, 2015

Today at the Law Schools, Technology, & Access to Law and Justice conference at the Kauffman Center, organized by the UMKC Law School, Kansas City, Missouri's Rick Usher and MIT's Dazza Greenwood discussed a planned open forum on issues and options for future regulatory and legal models for the sharing economy.  From ride share to home share to the new food economy, entreprenuers, lawyers, academics and other stakeholders will engage with thought leaders and City Officials on the key topics of the day.