Mobile phone applications are already tracking intimate health data, including our sleep habits, steps walked, body measurements, nutrition, and more. Apps draw this information from the devices many of us now religiously maintain along with our daily wardrobe. In this data-hungry age, doctors and health care providers can apply artificial intelligence (“AI”) to the data to help them provide patients … Continue Reading
On 17 July 2019 we hosted our most recent Innovation Lounge at our Washington, D.C. office. The Innovation Lounge is an associate networking event series which focuses not only on IP-issues, but on healthcare, regulatory issues, and privacy issues.
Summer associates, in-house counsel, IP associates, and members of advocacy groups listened to a panel of C-level executives and directors from … Continue Reading
2018 posed new opportunities and challenges for IP-rich businesses, with major new legislation introduced in Europe to govern trademark and trade secret protection; significant and transformational case law in the U.S., and the confirmation of new planned IP-specific legislation for several jurisdictions in Asia.
We’re here to help you keep abreast of these changes and understand how they impact you. … Continue Reading
Yarmela Pavlovic, Paul Otto, Elisabethann Wright and Fabien Roy will explore the regulatory framework and challenges facing developers of connected medical devices and digital health solutions. With the market for these devices booming, this session promises an … Continue Reading
We’re here to help: we have published our second annual Global IP Outlook. The Outlook reflects on some of the major developments in intellectual property law and emerging and growing industries. Regardless … Continue Reading
This week the Secretary of State for Health, Jeremy Hunt, announced that the Government will be investing £4.2 billion in digital health initiatives. The investment is part of the Government’s latest drive to create a “paperless” National Health Service (NHS) by 2020.
The full details of the funding are still being agreed between the Department of Health and NHS England. … Continue Reading