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AttorneySacramento, Washington, D.C.
experience in the automotive technology and mobility industry includes testifying before Congress about HAV
deployment and regulation, as well as
representing clients AIMotive, Baidu, Getaround, NVIDIA, and Scotty Labs.
In addition, Ian is the vice president of policy at TechFreedom, a think tank focused on examining the disruptive impact of burgeoning technologies on law and regulation.
in his career, Ian was associate vice president of government affairs with the R Street Institute, where he coordinated the think tank's outreach and engagement at the federal,
state and local levels. He was also a Jesse M. Unruh Assembly Fellow with the office of
California State Assemblyman Curt Hagman, R-Chino Hills, while Hagman served as
vice chairman of the California Assembly Insurance Committee, and served as
a legislative aide with the office of Oregon state Rep. Bruce Hanna, R-Roseburg,
who was then co-speaker of the Oregon House of Representatives. Ian has also worked
as a law clerk for California’s largest insurance trade association.
Ian is a graduate of Seattle University, with bachelor's degrees in history and philosophy, and received his law degree from the University of Oregon. He is a member of the California and Illinois bars.