The Internet of Things and AI Will Expose Companies to Increased Tort, Privacy, and Cybersecurity Litigation
Our 2020 Litigation Forecast explores the important litigation trends and challenges that businesses may face this year. Included is an examination of how the digital revolution exposes companies to new litigation risks, an exploration of trends in employment non-competes, the future of stare decisis, the role of connected devices like smartphones in investigations and litigation; and more.
Our cover story, “A Tangled Web: How the Internet of Things and AI Expose Companies to Increased Tort, Privacy, and Cybersecurity Litigation,” explores how the digital revolution is transforming not only high-tech companies, but also traditional industries with products, business models, and workforces that are being affected by increased connectivity, artificial intelligence, and the ability to gather and use tremendous amounts of data. But as companies embrace digitalization, new litigation threats loom. Government enforcers and plaintiffs’ lawyers are employing new strategies to pursue companies for the breaks and breaches that arise when products are brought to market. This year’s jurisdictional analysis takes a comprehensive look at litigation trends across U.S. courts.
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