Perspectives on AI, Metaverse & Blockchain
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Danielle Bulger will speak at the ASU Law McCarthy Institute and UCLA Institute for Technology, Law & Policy Second Annual Copyright Symposium on March 8, 2024.
Following a marked increase in impersonation attempts using artificial intelligence (AI) – of both real and fictitious individuals – the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is seeking public comments on proposed changes to a recently finalized Trade Regulation Rule on Impersonation of Government and Businesses (Impersonation Regulation).
Richard L. Brand, Eric Fishman, Chris L. Bollinger, D. Reed Freeman Jr., Scott L. Gates, Justin A. Goldberg, Dan Jasnow, Amy (Salomon) McFarland, Stephen P. Hanson, Felicia A. Xu
The sports industry experienced a year of considerable change in 2023, presenting new opportunities for athletes, team owners, and corporate sponsors.
AI, Metaverse & Blockchain Industry Group Co-Leader Dan Jasnow was quoted on a potential rule from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) that would impose liability on developers of generative AI tools when those tools are used to commit fraud, including deepfakes and unlawful impersonations.
The top legal issues in 2024 for the life sciences field reflect the complex and changing legal landscape that the industry is navigating, encompassing drug pricing, regulatory challenges, and broader societal and governance concerns.
Educational technology (EdTech) has long been used by educators as a way to support teaching and facilitate student learning using a wide range of digital tools, platforms, and resources designed to engage students and encourage innovation.
Emerging Businesses and Venture Capital in 2024: 10 Hot Topics for Founders, Investors, and Executives of Emerging Companies
Thomas S. Brennan, Amal U. Dave, Emily B. Lewis, Evgeny Magidenko, Adam Diederich, Dan Jasnow, Daniel J. McQueen, Thorne Maginnis, Linda M. Jackson, Matthew F. Prewitt, D. Reed Freeman Jr.
2023 was a pivotal year for the emerging companies, creating new categories of winners and losers across the board. Emerging companies incorporating artificial intelligence or that have clear line of sight to positive cash flows gained significant traction.
Charles B. Ferguson, Jr., Kimberly A. Wachen, Ann H. MacDonald, D. Reed Freeman Jr., Darrell S. Gay, David Yearwood, Evgeny Magidenko, Christian M. McBurney, David M. Loring
After seemingly bouncing back from the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and related labor, supply chain, and governmental mandate issues, the hospitality industry experienced a year of volatility in 2023.
GPOs are adapting to ongoing industry hurdles by leveraging cutting-edge technologies and lessons learned from the pandemic, according to the Healthcare Group Purchasing Industry Initiative’s (HGPII) 18th Annual Report, released today.
Jeffrey B. Tate , Robert R. Pluth, Christian M. McBurney, Philip S. English*, Olga Bogush, Evgeny Magidenko, Samantha Overly Patel, Rachel Scott*, Jivesh Khemlani
The 2024 election year promises to make taxes front-of-mind for many business and individual taxpayers.
Beverage & Food Industry in 2024: 10 Hot Topics for Beverage & Food Industry Founders, Investors, and Executives
Jay L. Halpern, Amal U. Dave, Emily B. Lewis, Adam Diederich, Daniel J. McQueen, Thorne Maginnis, Nicholas L. Collins, J. Michael Showalter, Dan Jasnow, Linda M. Jackson, Matthew F. Prewitt, Christine R.W. Quigley, D. Reed Freeman Jr.
2023 was a pivotal year for the beverage and food industry globally, creating new categories of winners and losers across the board. With a full year of operations largely relieved of pandemic-era restrictions, restaurant companies that survived the pandemic posted record numbers.
AI, Metaverse & Blockchain Industry Group Co-Leader Dan Jasnow was quoted by CNN Business discussing the need for a combined effort from both government and industry leaders to combat artificial intelligence (AI)-powered voice cloning in scam calls, despite a recent ruling declaring such practices illegal.
Angelica F. Russell-Johnson, Megan (Woodward) Daily, Mamta K. Shah, Luke E. Harriman, Ashley N. Tomillo
Private companies and their owners face ever-evolving challenges as the market sees new regulations, new deal trends, and new risks in 2024. Below are 10 issues that the owners and leaders of privately held companies should consider in 2024.
Anthony V. Lupo, Dan Jasnow, Matthew Berlin, Mariam Al-Koshnaw Creedon, Felicia A. Xu, Emily B. Lewis
As we enter into this second full year of the artificial intelligence (AI) revolution, a clear understanding of the technology and its legal implications becomes crucial for every General Counsel (GC).
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently issued a highly anticipated decision authorizing the listing and trading of spot Bitcoin exchange-traded products (ETPs) on national listing exchanges.
David S. Greenberg, Douglas A. Grimm, Stephanie Trunk, Jill A. Steinberg, Hillary M. Stemple, Gayland O. Hethcoat II, D. Jacques Smith, Dan H. Renberg, Alison Lima Andersen, Jessica Sprovtsoff, Moyosore O. Koya, Shoshana Golden, D. Austin Rettew, Rebekkah R.N. Stoeckler, Oliver Spurgeon III*
With the 2024 underway, ArentFox Schiff highlights 10 of the most pressing legal issues facing the health care industry this year.
ArentFox Schiff Chief Innovation Officer Ed Macnamara was quoted by Legaltech News discussing the potential of generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) in the legal field, suggesting that while some firms may use it to enhance efficiency, most will likely adopt a cautious approach in 2024 while waiting for further technological advancements.
Chairman Anthony V. Lupo was quoted by Legaltech News discussing why law firms will want to integrate artificial intelligence (AI) into their practice in 2024.
Health Care Practice Leader Douglas Grimm was quoted by Healthcare IT Today discussing the increasing use of artificial intelligence (AI) in health care.
Proposed bills at the federal and state level were announced January 10, both intended to protect recording artists and the music industry from unauthorized “soundalike” vocals created using artificial intelligence (AI) technology.
For better or worse, generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) is already transforming the way we live and work. Within two months of its initial release to the public, ChatGPT reached 100 million monthly active users, making it the fastest-growing consumer application in history.
AI, Metaverse & Blockchain Industry Group Co-Leader Dan Jasnow was quoted by Law360 discussing the legal challenges that could define the landscape of artificial intelligence (AI) and copyright law in 2024.
It is no secret that European regulators are moving with greater speed in the regulation of artificial intelligence (AI) than their counterparts in the United States.
In an opinion issued on December 11, the US Copyright Office Review Board affirmed a refusal to register a work of art created in part by generative artificial intelligence (AI), concluding that the work lacked the “human authorship” necessary to claim copyright protection.