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Internet of Things, Connectivity & Mobility


The “internet of things” is changing the way we live and work. With more than 20 billion — and counting — connected products, devices and infrastructures worldwide, business as usual is being reimagined at a breakneck pace.

Loeb & Loeb provides legal and business solutions to help clients navigate the global ecosystem for the internet of things and to leverage data and connectivity to reach, influence and serve their customers and business partners. We work with leading innovators of internet of things platforms and companies across every industry and market seeking to leverage connectivity and mobility — from connected cars, homes and consumer goods to mobile medical devices and wearables.

Our lawyers understand the opportunities and challenges presented by the rapid development of connected devices — and the vast quantities of data they generate. We know the evolving and often overlapping government and industry regulatory frameworks around privacy and data security in the U.S., the EU and across the globe, and how they impact companies operating in the internet of things and connected spaces.

Whether we’re guiding clients in the development of connected devices, crafting terms of use or privacy notices, or negotiating third-party integrations, supplier contracts, licensing agreements or other transactional terms, our team combines regulatory knowledge and technological insight with extensive experience in all areas of consumer marketing and privacy law to help clients develop a considered and strategic approach to bringing their products to market.

Loeb’s Internet of Things, Connectivity and Mobility team offers clients technology-savvy, practical and business-minded guidance in the following areas:

  • Privacy, security and data innovations
  • Connected device functionality and interactivity
  • Integration with e-commerce and payment platforms
  • On-device and cross-device marketing
  • Technology transactions
  • Voice-enabled solutions
  • Proximity- and location-based technologies
  • Mobile applications