We’re embarking on a new world in technology with more and more Internet-connected medical devices, home appliances and wearable devices. The new era of “Internet of Things” will raise unique product liability issues.

The National Law Journal talked with Kraig L. Marini Baker, chair of Davis Wright Tremaine’s technology, advertising, trademark and entertainment practice, about what legal problems will be raised by a world in which devices are talking to each other and operating independently of human beings.

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