Locke Lord lawyers possess a unique mix of regulatory, transactional and litigation skills that allows us to address AI-related issues across multiple areas, including in antitrust and competition law, data privacy and cybersecurity, e-discovery, intellectual property, M&A, financial services, digital health, class action litigation, insurance, government procurement, public policy and government affairs, among others.
As industry regulations and legislation develop, we can keep you informed and provide guidance to help you navigate the emerging challenges and opportunities in AI.
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Hub-and-Spoke Conspiracies: Can Big Data and Pricing Algorithms Form the Rim?
Antitrust and Artificial Intelligence: The FTC Identifies Competition Concerns in Generative AI Markets
Colorado Insurance Division Adopts Proposed Algorithm and Predictive Model Governance Regulation
Insurance Regulators Continue to Grapple With the Rapid Development and Use of Artificial Intelligence
NAIC Exposes Draft Artificial Intelligence Model Bulletin
Artificial Intelligence: The Expansion of Growth Opportunities for Health Insurers and Related Regulatory Hurdles
California Department of Insurance Issues Survey on Automated Decision Tools
Patenting AI Inventions
Warhol’s Brush With AI: Redefining Fair Use for Generative AI and Large Language Models
Death By A Thousand Cuts: Right of Publicity in the Age of AI
A Fair Decision for Creativity? SCOTUS Finds No Fair Use in Warhol Prince Portrait
Guarding the Digital Fortress: How to Protect Your Data from Generative AI “Scrapers”
Generative AI and Intellectual Property: Whether the Wild West or the Matrix, It is the (Latest) New Frontier
The UK Government Has Published Its Response to Its Consultation on Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property
Labor & Employment
ChatGPT and AI in the Workplace: Should Employers Be Concerned?
Legal Considerations for Using Artificial Intelligence in Hiring
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