Wearable Technology

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Wearables and the Future of Intellectual Property Law [Video]

Wearables are a fast-growing segment of the consumer technology market. But how will these new devices affect the field of intellectual property law? Attorneys Seth Northrop and Aaron Fahrenkrog discuss patent damages,...more

What are you wearing? Data from wearables could soon be introduced as evidence

Whether you are tracking your steps, your calories or the amount of water you drink, the data collected by your wearable devices could open up a whole new can of worms in court. In a San Jose, California personal injury case,...more

Shift Labs Continues Trend Toward Consumer Wireless Healthcare Devices

The medical device market is expanding into more private healthcare products in hopes of bringing healthcare directly to the user.  For example, the increase in popularity of wearable diagnostic devices, such as FitBit,...more

Wearable Tech in the Workplace, Version 2.0

Wearable technology or wearable tech is the latest craze in personal electronics. The phrase encompasses anything electronic that is worn by a user. It took center stage at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show, and since then,...more

Proposed Legislation Would Require Police Policies for Body-Worn Cameras

In the wake of litigation by at least one police labor union over a lack of policies governing body-worn camera use, a proposed law purports to address such omissions. Senate Bill 175 by Sen. Bob Huff (R-Anaheim) would...more

Wearable Technology: A Perfect Fit For Litigation [Video]

It has been said that technology made large populations possible and that large populations now make technology indispensable. The words of Joseph Wood Krutch, written in 1959, could not be more relevant today. ...more

Minnesota Weekly Legislative Update: 02/2015

This past week, commissioner salary raises were amended into deficiency funding legislation, tax committees heard a host of potential omnibus bill legislation, and additional testimony was heard on teacher tenure policy, as...more

Body Worn Cameras Go to Court

Up to this point, law enforcement leaders have deployed body worn cameras into the field while, seemingly, managing any opposition from the rank-and-file and/or labor representatives. However, concerns are now being raised by...more

Is Privacy Dead?

If the Internet and social media have not already killed privacy, Big Data and the Internet of Things (IoT) are likely to finish the job. As 91 percent of American consumers agreed in a recent Pew Research Center survey,...more

Medical Device Update: FDA Releases General Wellness Products and Device Accessories Guidance Documents

Background - On January 20, 2015, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA or the Agency) announced the availability of two draft guidance documents in the Federal Register: “General Wellness: Policy for Low Risk...more

Regulating a Healthy Lifestyle? FDA Distributes New Draft Guidance on “General Wellness Products”

On January 16, 2015, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) promulgated a much - anticipated draft guidance concerning the classification and regulation of general wellness products. The draft guidance is the FDA’s latest...more

FDA Draft Guidances on General Wellness Products and Device Accessories Continue Risk-Based Approach to Health IT

On January 20, 2015, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued two new draft guidance documents, announcing the agency’s plans not to regulate “general wellness products” (including certain software...more

FDA Issues Guidance for Low-Risk General Wellness Products

On January 20, 2015, the FDA issued draft guidelines designed to give developers whose products and applications promote healthy lifestyles (so-called “general wellness products”) direction on when such products qualify as...more

Manatt Digital Media - January 2015

Welcome to MDM Newsletter #5—and to an entirely new year of Digital Media machinations. What better way to start the year than first recapping the last one—then predicting major themes for 2015—and then ending things up with...more

Your New Year’s Resolutions Are the Stuff of E-Discovery

If you’re among the nearly half of Americans who make a list of lofty resolutions every January 1, e-discovery was probably the last thing on your mind as you pledged to lose weight, exercise more, eat healthier, or get...more

In with the New: 2014 Privacy, Advertising and Digital Media Predictions – Part I

What privacy, advertising and digital media trends will make headlines in 2015? Digital Health for one, Big Data for another....more

Top 5 Internet of Things predictions for 2015

Internet of Things has been the centre of the attention of the global market during 2014 and everyone is curious to see what will happen in 2015. Here is my personal list of predictions relating to legal issues that will...more

On the Twelfth Day of Privacy, My True Love Gave to Me …. 12 Different Types of Wearables!

And what will that new gadget be spilling about you?? There is no doubt that wearable devices are among the hottest gifts of the season! From fitness bands and smart watches to wearable cameras and the Google Glass,...more

Privacy Tuesday: December 2014 – The Twelve Days of Privacy 2014

Our series last year was a reader favorite, so we decided to put our prognosticator hats on again and present: Rather than look back at 2014, starting tomorrow, the Privacy & Security blog will count down The 12 Days...more

European DPA’s Give Privacy Recommendations to Stakeholders Regarding the “Internet of Things”

The Article 29 Working Party, which is composed of representatives of DPA’s from every European country, has recently rendered an opinion on data privacy issues surrounding the development of the “Internet of Things” (IoT),...more

Watch out: Privacy concerns in the age of wearable technology

Earlier this month, Apple unveiled Apple Watch, perhaps the most hotly anticipated product debut in the burgeoning market for wearable technology. Apple’s website displays the watch in its various elegant incarnations...more

Status Updates - October 2014 #14

Cover your Glass. We’ve addressed in Socially Aware the growing legal hysteria stirred up by Google Glass and other wearable technology. Just as Polaroid cameras were once banned from beach resorts and even the Washington...more

The Public Records Act Brings Potential Body Worn Cameras Issues Into The Light

The City of Del Mar recently discontinued use of body-worn cameras following a California Public Records Act request that lead to the release of video taken by Park Ranger Adam Chase. The video, taken during a traffic stop of...more

Cybersecurity Litigation Monthly Newsletter

As we described in July and September, P.F. Chang’s was hit with three putative class actions following its announcement of a point-of-sale data breach. On August 29, P.F. Chang’s moved for dismissal of the first two cases,...more

Connected Cars – legal issues and hurdles!

Connected cars are expected to generate $ 131.9 billion by 2019 with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 34.7% from 2013 to 2019. But such growth shall face legal issues that not only affect data protection matters, but...more

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