MWM is at the forefront of guiding companies, developers, and investors across the breadth of legal and regulatory issues arising from the rapid development, commercialization and use of generative AI platforms and applications.

As a technology-focused law firm, MWM has been engaged in, and advising on, artificial intelligence issues since the beginning of the AI revolution. With over 50 STEM degrees in areas of engineering, mathematics, and computer science, our lawyers have the technical aptitude to understand the intricacies and complexities of machine learning and artificial intelligence technology. Our AI-related experience covers a broad range of subject matters including regulatory compliance, intellectual property, cybersecurity, and litigation and discovery. Key highlights of our experience include:

  • Representing a leading communication services provider in the food-recall business, navigating regulatory frameworks concerning the integration and use of AI systems in specific industries.
  • Representing a leading communication services provider in the food-recall business, navigating regulatory frameworks concerning the integration and use of AI systems in specific industries.
  • Drafting privacy policies and terms of use for interactive AI systems for clients in crucial sectors like healthcare, legal, and education.
  • Leveraging AI for cybersecurity interactions, ensuring our clients are equipped with cutting-edge solutions to address evolving threats and vulnerabilities in legal, ecommerce/SaaS, financial services, and other industries.
  • Successfully representing a client in an action against a prominent generative AI company, addressing issues related to authorship and ethical use of AI.
  • Leveraging AI as a litigation and discovery tool, crafting custom AI solutions for e-discovery involving large datasets, using non-generative large language models for data vectorization, clustering tasks, and semantic search, training neural networks for document classification, using cross-encoder systems for Q&A systems.

Our AI Services Include:

  • Audits
  • Negotiations and Technology Agreements
  • Patent Protection and Prosecution
  • AI Use Policy and Ethics
  • Licensing
  • Data Privacy and Regulatory Compliance
  • Litigation

In the News

The Intersection of Artificial Intelligence and Federal Trademark Law

Written as a column for Daily Journal by MWM’s Kristin Kosinski Current and future uses of trademarks in Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems could implicate federal trademark law; however, not all scenarios will result in a violation of the Latham Act, nor will they always be immune from such claims. The intersection of AI and trademarks

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