The Data Chronicles: Automotive biometrics drive innovation and litigation risk

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As part of a rapidly growing trend, automobile original equipment manufacturers (“OEMs”) are incorporating biometric trackers and analytics into a broad array of vehicle features to improve security and safety. Hogan Lovells partners Scott Loughlin and James Denvil, senior associate Alicia Paller, and associate Jay Ettinger discuss how the use of biometric data continues to play an increasingly prominent role in the automotive industry, and how heightened risk of litigation is likely to follow.


Scott Loughlin
Washington, D.C.
W James Denvil
Washington, D.C.
Alicia Paller
Senior Associate
Washington, D.C.
Jay Ettinger
Los Angeles


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