Marcus Chatterton Chaired Panel on Internet of Things for the American Bar Association Section of Litigation
Marcus Chatterton, partner in the firm's Birmingham office and member of the Litigation Practice, chaired and moderated a panel discussing litigation involving the Internet of Things (IoT) at the American Bar Association Section of Litigation Annual Conference in San Diego, California, on May 3, 2018.
The panel was entitled, “Ladies and Gentleman of the Jury, Say Hello to Alexa: Litigation Involving the Internet of Things,” and surveyed issues related to the Internet of Things (IOT) in litigation—from substantive issues like the theft of trade secrets and patent infringement to procedural issues involving the collection, authentication, and admission of digital IOT evidence and to the use of IOT technologies in the courtroom.
Marcus Chatterton is a tech-minded litigator experienced in intellectual property, social media, smart grid, electronic data, and general technology issues. Marcus represents large and small businesses, inventors, and creative clients in copyright, patent, trademark, and trade secret disputes.