- areas of expertise
Frankfurt Kurnit is committed to staying at the forefront of AI technology, law, and regulations, ensuring our clients remain well-informed and equipped to navigate AI-related challenges and opportunities with confidence. Leveraging our firm’s extensive experience in emerging technology, intellectual property, data privacy, cybersecurity, employment, professional responsibility, advertising, and entertainment matters, we are ideally positioned to help clients safely adapt to, and capitalize on, the new world of AI. To keep up with updates in artificial intelligence law, please visit our blog.
Our AI legal services include:
Developing and deploying strategies to protect, and use an organization’s intellectual property, proprietary information, and other data for use in machine learning and AI models.
Developing contractual structure and strategies to monetize data within the confines of existing legal requirements.
Drafting and negotiating data sharing agreements governing the sharing, use, and management of data for AI machine learning.
Creating policies and strategies for AI systems to address federal, state, and international privacy laws and regulations.
Designing organizational AI governance frameworks to help ensure responsible, ethical technology usage in accordance with relevant laws and regulations.
Addressing compliance with advertising laws and regulations related to AI-generated content and targeted marketing campaigns.
Handling IP disputes involving AI technologies, including copyright and trademark infringement and right of publicity claims.
Providing guidance on the legal implications of AI in the workplace, including employee privacy and discrimination concerns.
Advising attorneys on the ethical use of AI tools in legal practice, including compliance with professional conduct rules.
Counseling producers and writers on the creation and use of AI-generated content.
Consulting on the integration of AI in video game development, including the use of AI-generated characters, environments, and procedural content generation.