What does it mean to be a tech disruptor? Whom are they disrupting? Why do companies sometimes decide to implement first and ask questions later when it comes to introducing products into a new city? How can regulation help business?

This seminar will explore the critical role administrative law plays in shaping and disrupting the world we know, from tech disruptors like Uber and AirBnb to quality-of-life and safety concerns like the gentrification of New York City’s Times Square.

We will examine how administrative law is a critical component of big tech in big cities and how regulators and business interests can find solutions to advance innovation without sacrificing quality-of life-concerns.

This program takes place 12:50-1:50 p.m. at New York Law School.

Note: Attendance is by invitation only and is not open to the public.