We provide an update on some recent FCC decisions that act as a reminder to companies designing, manufacturing and marketing electronic devices of the importance of thorough pre-market review procedures.
See EU later (part 3) – the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement and its impact on products regulation
On 24 December 2020, the EU and the UK reached a deal on the terms of their future free trade and cooperation agreement. Here’s our summary of some of the key impacts on products regulation.
Date announced for publication of draft EU legislation on AI.
The growth of digital health technologies and artificial intelligence raises novel risks, including data protection and cybersecurity risks, and key questions about the liability of services and software as a product remain unanswered. Wearables are blurring the line between consumer technology and medical devices, and consumer health data has the […]
We consider the product compliance, safety and liability implications of the growing use of 3D printed spare parts
Charging ahead (part 2): last chance for feedback on plans to decouple the sale of consumer electronic devices and chargers
The opportunity to respond to the European Commission’s stakeholder survey on plans to decouple the sale of consumer electronic devices and chargers ends on 22 January 2021.
The UK Government has published an AI Roadmap, developed by the UK AI Council to help the government develop a UK National AI Strategy. The report offers a glimpse into the approach the UK may take to regulating AI post Brexit, with an underlying message that the UK must look to the horizon and be adaptable to disruption.
The online sale of products is under increasing regulatory scrutiny, and the EU’s recently announced draft Digital Services Package promises to alter how online platforms and those who sell through them do business. Join Cooley’s international products law team for the next event in its webinar series, which will feature […]