Roy Goldberg Quoted in Law360 Article on Regulations for Car-Sharing Apps
Stinson LLP Partner Roy Goldberg was recently quoted in a Law360 article on regulations facing the newest car-sharing apps, specifically when it comes to fees and taxes at airports.
The article discuses apps such as Turo and Maven, services that connect car owners to individuals seeking to rent a car for various periods of time. These services have been involved in recent court battles, claiming they shouldn't be subject to the licensing, taxes and fees meant for rental car companies that own cars and require physical offices.
Roy noted that a lawsuit involving Turo and the Los Angeles International Airport raises important questions about how airports treat these apps, which share information and coordinate transportation, but do not lease or own the vehicles.
Roy is a trial, appellate and regulatory attorney and transportation lawyer who represents corporations, partnerships, airlines, airports, trade associations, aircraft owners, airport vendors, developers and other aviation and transportation entities on a wide range of commercial and regulatory litigation matters. Additionally, he provides advice and counseling to airlines, airports and other aviation industry entities.
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