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Ice Miller Proudly Contributed to Indiana IoT Lab’s State of IoT Report

Ice Miller Proudly Contributed to Indiana IoT Lab’s State of IoT Report
March 25, 2019

Indiana IoT Lab’s 2019 Inaugural State of IoT Report contains unique industry perspective on the business climate for connected technologies in central Indiana from a wide range of companies involved in the Internet of Things. Ice Miller is proud to have contributed to this effort as the only law firm involved. The full report focuses on how the Internet of Things is affecting Indiana’s core economic pillars of manufacturing, agriculture and logistics.

Legal implications can arise from incorporating IoT into any of these pillars. “There is no question the IoT is changing the way business is done. In this rapidly changing market, it is important that you consider the unique legal challenges that may arise prior to taking a product to market,” advises Judy Okenfuss, a managing partner and chair of Ice Miller’s IoT Industry Group, as she opens the legal section of the report. Judy encourages businesses to take the time to consider possible legal implications from these new technologies during the development process.

Bryon Wasserman and Tom Walsh continue the discussion by elaborating on the potential intellectual property litigation that can arise from IoT. Dustin DuBois offers key contract considerations for connected devices. Finally, Stephen Reynolds and Matthew Diaz provide security tips for protecting one’s connected business.

To receive a copy of the full report, please visit thestateofiot.com.

Ice Miller’s IoT team brings together lawyers from all disciplines who combine their traditional legal experience with in-depth knowledge about the IoT and how it impacts business. Learn more about our IoT Practice here.

This publication is intended for general information purposes only and does not and is not intended to constitute legal advice. The reader should consult with legal counsel to determine how laws or decisions discussed herein apply to the reader’s specific circumstances.



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