WEBCAST: Liability in Times of Change for the Life Sciences Industry
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 […]
Regulating AI: EU proposes legal framework for Artificial Intelligence
Jamie Humphreys and Edward Turtle
European Parliament publishes its proposals for new AI laws.
EU sets sights on broader environmental liabilities for companies
Jamie Humphreys and Julia Maskell
European Parliament publishes Opinions on liability for environmental damage.
Productwise Bitesize: New Deal for Consumers
Jamie Humphreys, Edward Turtle and Julia Maskell
Cooley’s Productwise Bitesize brings you a short introduction to the “New Deal for Consumers”.
Confidentiality clauses in product liability settlements: UK product safety regulator publishes new guidance
OPSS sets out best practice on non-disclosure agreements.
EU representative actions: do they represent a major consumer rights shakeup?
Edward Turtle and Tracey Bischofberger
We consider the implications of a new EU Directive to introduce representative actions for breaches of certain EU laws, including consumer rights, product liability and product safety legislation.
2020 Vision – Looking Beyond COVID-19: Longer-Term Considerations for Supply and Manufacture of Products During COVID-19
Sarah-Jane Dobson, Andrew Barr and Richard Hopley
With COVID-19 causing a pivot or volume increase in production, companies should pause to reflect on the longer-term considerations in terms of international product safety, liability and insurance law issues.
COVID-19 and consumer rights in the UK
Jamie Humphreys and Carol Holley
Considerations for UK companies regarding the significant impact the ongoing restrictions will have on businesses and their consumers.
Adapting to the New World
An update on how the Cooley products team is responding to the changes brought on by COVID-19.
The Regulator: European Commission sets out approach on the future regulation of AI
Jamie Humphreys and Tracey Bischofberger
The European Commission released its proposals on a future regulatory framework for AI, favouring mandatory risk-based requirements for high-risk applications, along with targeted amendments to existing EU safety and liability legislation.