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Posted in Internet of Things, Policy & Regulation Photo of Christelle Coslin

IoT in the EU: Lessons from COVID-19, and next steps for liability and regulation

The IoT sector has exploded over the past few years, and, even taking into account the globally inhibitive effects of COVID-19, this growth shows few long-term signs of abating. The buoyant, fast-paced IoT industry was the subject of a webinar, involving a panel of four partners from Hogan Lovells: Valerie Kenyon, Christelle Coslin, Matthias Schweiger, and Salomé Cisnal de Ugarte. Each gave their take on the state of play of IoT across the EU and explored the liability issues that potentially are coming down the line for IoT products. In this

Posted in Internet of Things, Policy & Regulation

Webinar – IoT in the EU: Lessons from COVID-19, and next steps for liability and regulation

Connected products remain in focus during 2020. Now more than ever before, they bring new opportunities to our homes, work, travel, and health care. Date: 15 September 3:30-4:15 BST In this webinar our leading cross-border products law team discuss the following: How IoT products have been helping tackle the COVID-19 crisis: a call out from a number of jurisdictions. Some areas of IoT law and regulation that need further development – as highlighted by the COVID-19 crisis. A quick catch-up on product liability developments in the European Union and the

Posted in Cybersecurity, Data Protection & Privacy, Policy & Regulation

Privacy and Cybersecurity KnowledgeShare event: Sept 19, London

Join us on Thursday 19 September for our Privacy and Cybersecurity KnowledgeShare in London. We’ll share our latest thinking on the key privacy and cybersecurity issues faced by those with data protection responsibilities within organisations. Our all-day event will cover a lot of ground through incisive quick-fire presentations, Q&A panels and hands-on workshops. Topics will include: Nailing the basics – Fast insights into key issues such as lawful grounds for processing, people’s rights and DPIAs. Enforcement – What the risk-based approach truly means. Privacy challenges of the digital economy – AI,

Posted in Cybersecurity, e-commerce Photo of Zhen FengPhoto of Suyu Yuan

China: Three Cyberspace Courts now online and open for business

On 9 August and 28 September 2018, the new Cyberspace Courts in Beijing and Guangzhou were officially opened. These new specialised courts, along with their equivalent one that was formed in Hangzhou in August 2017, are meant to tackle the quickly swelling stream of internet-related court procedures in China. The establishment of these specialised courts is an encouraging step for the Chinese internet sector as well as for IP owners: it promises a more flexible procedure, less bureaucracy in obtaining evidence and higher quality judgments, handed down by specialist judges.

Posted in Policy & Regulation

Global Products Law Summit: 3 October, London – Brexit, Artificial Intelligence, Class Actions and more…

Innovation, products & managing risk – Navigating global challenges for you and your products Our 2018 Global Products Law Summit in London is brought to you this year in collaboration with our Global Insurance Team, and focuses on all things product safety, compliance, and product liability. Valerie Kenyon,  Matthew Felwick and Victor Fornasier, leading Products Law partners in our London office, along with London insurance lawyer Clare Douglas will provide insights on cyber security risks, the use of AI, its corresponding regulation, as well as practical implications for product manufacturers and overlapping issues.

Posted in Internet, Technology

The Internet of Things Webinar Series: Product Liability in Europe

On April 11, 2018, Hogan Lovells hosted another installment in its 2018 webinar series on emerging issues involving the Internet of Things (IoT). This webinar focused on product liability in Europe. New connected products are hitting the market at an unprecedented rate, so staying aligned with the evolving regulatory and legal issues is more important than ever. With the opportunity to hear from those with direct and versatile industry experience, this session promises an insightful and comprehensive look at the most important legal issues, questions, and solutions surrounding product liability. Valerie