May 23 - Transportation
Lime Presents: Scooter Regulations
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In this presentation Lime’s counsel will be joined by the City Attorney of San Antonio, Texas to discuss working through sensible scooter regulation and partnership between scooter companies and cities to promote effective, convenient public transportation. Some topics may be added or removed from this presentation.
Speakers: Ashley Scott & Andy Segovia
Ashley Scott is regulatory and policy counsel at Lime. Before joining Lime she worked in the City Attorney’s Office for the City of Atlanta.
Andy Segovia is the City Attorney and serves as the chief legal advisor to the City Council, City Manager and all City departments, offices and agencies. The 50+ lawyers in the Office of the City Attorney represent the City of San Antonio, its officials and the thousands of City workers who strive every day to make it the finest city in the nation. The Office of the City Attorney’s mission and duty is to render the highest quality legal service with fidelity to professional standards and conduct. Prior to joining the City of San Antonio as the City Attorney in 2016, Mr. Segovia was a member of the General Motors Legal staff for 26 years, where he last served as the Executive Director, Facilities & IT. Prior to that assignment, Andy was the Executive Director for Product Litigation, Executive Director for both Customer Care & Aftersales, and Customer Experience as well as the Practice Area Manager for the Marketing and Sales group. During the GM bankruptcy, Andy played a key role in the 363 sale that created New GM. Additionally he served as principal attorney for GM Powertrain and GM Mexico. Earlier in his GM career, he worked on international environmental matters, product litigation and commercial transactions. Mr. Segovia served 6 years as a Surface Warfare Officer in the U.S. Navy. While in the Navy, he served on the USS Berkeley DDG-15 and with the Navy ROTC staff at Texas A&M University.