The Internet of Things

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Join Ben Warlick and Bryan Stewart of Morris, Manning & Martin at the Atlanta Tech Village for a free discussion on privacy, data security and IP protection for new and emerging technologies.

The Internet of Things (IoT) describes an interconnected world in which devices, vehicles, machinery, and infrastructure communicate with us and with each other over the Internet.  The IoT will bring complex business and legal challenges, particularly in the areas of privacy, security, and regulatory compliance.

The discussion will cover privacy best practices that protect customers’ data and avoid surprises, cybersecurity measures that are appropriate and legally defensible for IoT devices, compliance with Government laws and regulations, and how to protect intellectual property in this space.



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  • 250 14th Street NW
  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • United States 30315
  • Building: GTRI Headquarters
  • Room Number: 119A
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  • Starts 06 May 2016 08:00 AM
  • Ends 09 June 2016 12:00 AM
  • All times are US/Eastern
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Ben Warlick

Biography:

Benjamin J. Warlick is an associate in Morris, Manning & Martin’s Intellectual Property Litigation Practice and is a registered patent attorney. His particular emphasis is on technology litigation, and he has experience litigating cases involving analog and digital integrated circuits, wireless technologies, computer systems and software, Internet-related technologies, and mechanical devices.

Bryan Stewart

Biography:

Bryan D. Stewart is an associate in Morris, Manning & Martin’s Intellectual Property Practice and is a registered patent attorney. He practices in all areas of intellectual property law, including patent prosecution, trademark prosecution, copyright and trade secret. He has extensive experience preparing and prosecuting patent and trademark applications, and often works with start-up businesses to develop business plans, IP strategies and procedures, and manage portfolios.