In 2021, European lawmakers and agencies issued a number of proposals to regulate artificial intelligence (“AI”), the Internet of Things (“IoT”), connected and automated vehicles (“CAV”), and data privacy, as well as reports and funding programs to pursue the developments in these emerging areas. From the adoption of more stringent cybersecurity standards for IoT devices
Sophie Herold is an associate in Covington’s Frankfurt office and a member of our Food, Drug and Device Practice. She advises clients on a broad range of regulatory and compliance matters.
Sophie counsels clients on all aspects of pharmaceutical and medical device regulation, clinical research, therapeutic product advertising, data protection and other regulatory issues over the entire product lifecycle. She also assists clients with legal, contractual and privacy issues that affect digital health products and services, including medical apps and AI-based devices.
Sophie's practice includes advisory work. She also represents clients before authorities and in court.