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Internet of Things (IoT)

Internet of Things (IoT) is here to make our lives smarter and easier. That is why it becomes more popular day by day. IoT is a network of objects that are embedded with software and sensors, so they can exchange data with other devices and systems. The definition of the Internet of Things has evolved due to the convergence of multiple technologies, real-time analytics, machine learning, commodity sensors, embedded systems etc. Also, IoT includes automations such as home and building information and other similar functions. In the consumer market, internet of things technologies are synonymous with products that are in the concept of smart home, including devices and appliances such as lights, thermostats etc, that are controlled by a device like smartphone and smartspeaker.

IoT law relates to Internet-connected devices, from smartphones to thermostats, which may collect user data and conduct analytics. One of the biggest legal issues in IoT, is privacy and cybersecurity especially with devices that place large amounts of data in the clouds.

Anyone who is dealing with IOT needs great legal care and we are your solution. As a lawtech firm, we understand how this emerging technology works, and we know better than anyone how important it is. With established relationships throughout the technology industry and financial communities, we are poised to provide introductions to investors, advisors and business leaders that understand the particular needs of your business, and the challenges faced by an emerging company. We can offer you strategic guidance in every step in order to launch and maintain a successful business.

Our multidisciplinary team consists of talented experts in a variety of legal practices such as intellectual property law, privacy & security, contract law, investment law, corporate law, consumer law, etc with combined technology knowledge. It is very important for businesses to seek legal protection from the outset in order to avoid unwanted problems like regulatory issues and increased costs. So, our experts are ready to help you and advise you in a variety of services that emerge in the context of a business using a disruptive technology, such as IoT.

Our commercial and corporate expertise including on copyrights, trademark, branding, commercial contracting, corporate governance, taxes, employment and benefits, debtors, creditors right, preparation and drafting of legal agreements such as terms & conditions and licenses, third-party agreements, software and technology development, hardware manufacturing agreements, on financing needs for capital raising, venture capital investments, and on business transactions like joint ventures, divestitures, mergers & acquisitions ensure that our clients receive a wide legal support for their technology-using business. We focus on the provision of services in the areas of cybersecurity, privacy and data protection which are of particular concern in an IoT context.