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Holder C.,Bristows LLP | Khurana V.,Bristows LLP | Harrison F.,Bristows LLP | Jacobs L.,Bristows LLP
Computer Law and Security Review | Year: 2016

In this edition, we explore some of the legal, regulatory and ethical implications of robots and robotic systems and applications. We begin by giving our view of why this emerging technology will become increasingly prevalent and why it is important that lawyers and regulators play an important role in its development. We go on to address the key legal, regulatory and ethical issues in respect of specific types of robotics, including automated vehicles and healthcare robots. We also focus on the impact that robotics will have on core legal practice areas, including data protection, intellectual property, consumer protection and commercial contracting. Our objective is to identify the key legal and regulatory implications of robotics, and to start a dialogue about how our existing legal framework might need to adapt and change to meet the demands of the robotics age. In the next edition, we will continue our focus on key legal issues in respect of different types of robotics and core legal practice areas relevant to the discussion. © 2016 Chris Holder. Source


Watts M.,Bristows LLP | Ohta T.,Bristows LLP | Collis P.,Bristows LLP | Tohala A.,Bristows LLP | And 5 more authors.
Computer Law and Security Review | Year: 2014

This is the latest edition of the Bristows column on developments in EU law relating to IP, IT and telecommunications. This news article summarises recent developments that are considered important for practitioners, students and academics in a wide range of information technology, e-commerce, telecommunications and intellectual property areas. It cannot be exhaustive but intends to address the important points. This is a hard copy reference guide, but links to outside web sites are included where possible. No responsibility is assumed for the accuracy of information contained in these links. © 2014 Bristows LLP. Source


Cullen A.,Bristows LLP | Dass N.,Bristows LLP | Dickson C.,Bristows LLP | Giles R.,Bristows LLP | And 7 more authors.
Computer Law and Security Review | Year: 2014

This is the latest edition of the Bristows column on developments in EU law relating to IP, IT and telecommunications. This news article summarises recent developments that are considered important for practitioners, students and academics in a wide range of information technology, e-commerce, telecommunications and intellectual property areas. It cannot be exhaustive but intends to address the important points. This is a hard copy reference guide, but links to outside web sites are included where possible. No responsibility is assumed for the accuracy of information contained in these links. © 2014 Bristows LLP. Source


Allardyce S.,Bristows LLP | Collis P.,Bristows LLP | Cross N.,Bristows LLP | Evans A.,Bristows LLP | And 9 more authors.
Computer Law and Security Review | Year: 2014

This is the latest edition of the Bristows column on developments in EU law relating to IP, IT and telecommunications. This news article summarises recent developments that are considered important for practitioners, students and academics in a wide range of information technology, e-commerce, telecommunications and intellectual property areas. It cannot be exhaustive but intends to address the important points. This is a hard copy reference guide, but links to outside web sites are included where possible. No responsibility is assumed for the accuracy of information contained in these links. © 2014 Bristows. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. Source


Allardyce S.,Bristows LLP | Boyle C.,Bristows LLP | Charlton E.,Bristows LLP | Collis P.,Bristows LLP | And 10 more authors.
Computer Law and Security Review | Year: 2014

This is the latest edition of the Bristows column on developments in EU law relating to IP, IT and telecommunications. This news article summarises recent developments that are considered important for practitioners, students and academics in a wide range of information technology, e-commerce, telecommunications and intellectual property areas. It cannot be exhaustive but intends to address the important points. This is a hard copy reference guide, but links to outside web sites are included where possible. No responsibility is assumed for the accuracy of information contained in these links. © 2014 Bristows. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved 2014. Source

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