1-Hour Program

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Why You Should Attend 

Our expert faculty will compare the U.S. and Canadian legal and regulatory environments with respect to Internet of Things-related litigation and legislation. The discussion will deliver practical guidance on how counsel might advise clients on product liability, consumer protection and privacy litigation as well as contract drafting and designing privacy policies.

What You Will Learn

  • What is the internet of things? And why should lawyers care?
  • Litigation risks: Product liability, consumer protection, privacy, and other less obvious causes of action.
  • Cases to date: connected homes and other juicy stuff.
  • Legislation: State attempts to legislate IoT issues.
  • What are regulators saying?
  • What can you do?
  • Practical guidance - contracts, privacy policies and more.

 Who Should Attend 

Lawyers practicing in transactions and product liability, privacy and consumer protection litigation related to connected devices and IoT should find this program informative.   

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