As products connected to the Internet of Things have become commonplace, the litigation and legal risks associated with these products have increased. The Section of Science & Technology Law hosted its third annual Internet of Things National Institute in Washington, DC, this past May. One of the panels at the National Institute addressed IoT risks and how attorneys should address these risks. Speakers included Ms. Cheryl Falvey, co-chair of Crowell & Moring’s Advertising & Product Risk Management Group; Ms. Kim Hughes, Regulatory Compliance Counsel at Microsoft; and Mr. Michael Oakes, co-head of Hunton Andrews Kurth’s Intellectual Property Practice Group.
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