Comparative handbook: robotic technologies law

1re édition 2016

Alain Bensoussan, Jérémy Bensoussan

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Studies of the overall impact of robotics on the economy have shown that investments in its various sectors – industrial, professional and service robotics – are increasing globally and the markets associated with them are valued in billions. Robotization improves the competitiveness of enterprises, while collaborative robotics reinvents methods of production.
Beyond the economic outlook, service robotics, backed by the development of artificial intelligence, raises challenging ethical and social issues.

The legal analysis of robotics is no mean feat because it covers a very diverse technical reality. Companies whose businesses are focused on robotic technologies and applications can be confronted with a complex legal situation resulting from the plurality of the applicable rules which have not necessarily been conceived or adopted bearing in mind their specific constraints.

This situation should not hamper their development. It only implies taking cues from the economic legal norms which promote such developments and conducting an analysis of the legal risks which they face, given the applicable rules of liability.

This comparative study – carried out by members of the Lexing® Network – proposes an overview, having regard to the legislation of 17 different countries, of the legal issues raised by robotics and the way the law in force responds, in a more or less satisfactory manner.

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1. Belgium Chapter
2. Brazil Chapter
3. China Chapter
4. Costa Rica Chapter
5. France Chapter
6. Germany Chapter
7. Greece Chapter
8. Israel Chapter
9. Italy Chapter
10. Japan Chapter
11. Lebanon Chapter
12. Portugal Chapter
13. South Africa Chapter
14. Spain Chapter
15. Switzerland Chapter
16. United Kingdom Chapter
17. United States Chapter

Liste des contributeurs

Sous la direction de

  • Alain Bensoussan : Avocat à la Cour d’appel de Paris, spécialiste en droit des nouvelles technologies de l’informatique et de la communication et fondateur de Lexing ®, premier réseau international d’avocats technologues dédié au droit des technologies avancées
  • Jérémy Bensoussan : Avocat à la Cour d’appel de Paris, directeur du département Droit des technologies robotiques du cabinet Lexing Alain Bensoussan Avocats

Préface de

  • Bruno Bonnell
  • Mady Delvaux-Stehres

Autres collaborateurs

This book gathers the contributions of : Jean-François Henrotte, Alexandre Cassart, Fanny Coton, Silvia Melchior, Jun Yang, Gabriel Lizama, Melissa Ramírez, Alain & Jérémy Bensoussan, Andreas Lober, Tim Caesar, Wojtek Ropel (Germany), George A. Ballas, Theodore J. Konstantakopoulos, Russell D. Mayer, Raffaele Zallone, Koki Tada, Rayan Kouatly, Abir Zaarour, João P. Alves Pereira, Belén Granados, John Giles, Akaolisa Emma-Iwuoha, Marc Gallardo, Sébastien Fanti, Daniel Preiskel, Natalia Porto and Françoise Gilbert.







Nombre de pages


Date de parution

Juin 2016

Nom de la collection

Lexing - Technologies avancées & Droit




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