Hi-Tech Hub Breakfast Series: The Internet of Things and Self-Driving Cars

Dutch police announce they can remotely drive your stolen Tesla into custody. What?! As technology continues to advance, human lives – and the devices that help run them – grow increasingly connected. Hence the term, The Internet of Things (IoT). Please join us for a discussion about IoT issues including:

  • Advances in the technology behind self-driving cars;
  • Emerging strategies and liability; and
  • Cybersecurity and privacy issues relating to these matters

The discussion will be led by Phil Harris, an experienced intellectual property attorney who specializes in patent prosecution and protecting innovation; this includes drafting patents and advising clients on matters related to autonomous vehicles and related technology. Assisting Phil will be Romaine Marshall, an experienced litigation and trial attorney specializing in cybersecurity and privacy litigation and counseling (see https://www.hollandhart.com/self-driving-cars-are-you-in-or-out).

This seminar will be available via webcast for those who are unable to attend in-person. To participate via webcast, please make the appropriate selection on your RSVP and we will provide login details to you in your confirmation email.


Agenda: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2018 | 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM MT
Networking/Breakfast – 8:30 - 8:45 AM
Presentation – 8:45 - 9:30 AM


Speakers:
Phil Harris
Romaine Marshall

Location:
Holland & Hart LLP
222 South Main Street
Suite 2200
Salt Lake City, UT 84101

Questions? Please contact Sheila Bowmer.

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