Tackling the challenges of the ever-evolving agricultural technology field will require companies large and small, as well as regulators, to work in collaboration, experts agreed at a conference on Monday.
Although agreeing that such cooperation is becoming increasingly dominant in successful ventures, Schindler warned that this very collaboration is frightening to lawyers in the agricultural technology sector.
“When we hear the word collaboration, that scares us,” said Schindler, who is based in the New Jersey and New York offices of the firm, which also has a location in Tel Aviv. “Who’s going to own what? It’s an issue that the lawyers are constantly grappling with. This is one of the issues when technology is way ahead of the law.”