From new ways to interact with evidence to different platforms for marketing, virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technologies offer a range of possibilities for today’s attorneys. But more immediately, they portend the prospect of more work around intellectual property issues.

Though the market for the technology is nascent, legal experts warn that AR and VR products will likely run into a host of IP and privacy issues, given their reliance on using and collecting user-generated data.

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