Category: Regulation & compliance

Deal or No Deal – Government opens the (first) box

Edward Turtle and Sarah-Jane Dobson

In the first in a series, we examine the Government’s plans for products in the event of a “No Deal” Brexit.

This AI Life: Ensuring Our AI Future Works for Us

Fergal Duggan

Join Cooley on Wednesday 3 October for the 2nd Annual Artificial Intelligence Conference in Association with the Institution of Engineering and Technology

EU parliament committee votes on Goods Package

Carol Roberts

The Goods Package moves another step forward in the legislative process.

Navigating the International Product Safety Landscape in a Connected World

Cooley’s Palo Alto office hosts the Productwise team from 4-6pm on 5 September

EU can’t always get what EU want

Daniel Millard

On 12 July 2018, the UK government published a White Paper outlining its proposals for the future relationship between the United Kingdom and European Union. What implications does the White Paper have for product manufacturers?

Thomson Reuters partners with Cooley to launch Global Guide on Product Liability and Safety

Fergal Duggan

The guide is an online resource allowing lawyers, risk managers and compliance professionals to obtain a reliable and practical overview on product liability and safety regimes around the world within a rapidly developing legal landscape.

Croatia hits winner in extra time; signs up to EC AI strategy

Jamie Humphreys

All Member States have now signed up to cooperate on the European Commission’s AI strategy.

AI’ll Be There For You: European Commission Appoints Expert Group to Advise on AI

Daniel Millard

On 14 June 2018, the European Commission appointed a High-Level Expert Group on AI to support the implementation of the Commission’s strategy on AI and act as the steering group for the newly-established AI Alliance.

Game of Drones: European Parliament approves new rules for safety of drones

Fergal Duggan

On 12 June, the European Parliament adopted new aviation safety rules to provide clearer and more consistent laws for the use of drones, or unmanned aircraft, in European airspace.