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Artificial Intelligence is rapidly changing the way companies do business. Backed by attorneys and advisors who understand this emerging technology, Adams and Reese announces comprehensive AI advisory and litigation services.

“We are not just observing the AI revolution; we are actively shaping the legal framework that will support innovation,” said Mitch Boult, Adams and Reese Executive Committee Member and one of the longstanding, leading members of the firm’s Global Intellectual Property practice. “Our AI legal services empower our clients, ensuring they not only navigate the complexities of AI with confidence but also seize opportunities for efficiencies and growth.”

Adams and Reese’s AI legal services cover a broad spectrum, including copyrights, patents, trademarks, data privacy, regulatory compliance, liability issues, licensing, technology transfers, dispute resolution, litigation, among other emerging issues. The firm’s experience extends from drafting and managing patent applications for AI technologies to ensuring compliance with changing laws.

The range of Adams and Reese attorneys with the depth of knowledge around the intricate legal issues surrounding AI is diverse. Ray Ferrera, Global IP Partner, serves as the leader of the Adams and Reese Patent Team and possesses diverse knowledge to assist clients in AI legal services. Haverly MacArthur is one of the top copyright and trademark attorneys across the globe and selected annually among the World’s Leading Trademark Professionals (WTR 1000). She has authored articles on “U.S. Copyright Office Guidance on AI Works” (published by WestLaw) and “Copyright Law and Generative AI” (published in the ABA Journal).

IP attorney Jin Yoshikawa, who focuses on federal trademark and anti-counterfeiting, majored in computer science with a specialty in AI at Columbia University. He received a scholastic award in “Robots, AI, & the Law” while earning his J.D. at Vanderbilt. Yoshikawa has experience working in the Japanese business sector. His international knowledge is complemented by IP attorney Haodong Zhong, who assists Chinese businesses in understanding how IP laws differ over jurisdictions. Zhong is also well-versed in AI and works with businesses internationally and domestically that impact their operations.

Litigation Partner Jeff Richardson, one of only 15 attorneys in Louisiana with a certification as an Appellate Practice Specialist, created, the oldest and largest website for attorneys who use iPhones and iPads, and a blog for lawyers to understand how technology impacts the legal field. The blog has frequently been named the best legal technology website, and the ABA Journal made iPhone J.D. part of its Hall of Fame.

Roy Hadley is a leading member of the Adams and Reese Privacy, Cybersecurity, and Data Management practice. He has more than 30 years assisting clients in technology, cybersecurity, life sciences, telecommunications, outsourcing, and IP. He writes consistently on Artificial Intelligence and has been asked by clients to speak on AI’s impact on business. His article “How AI is Being Immersed into Law Firms” was published in Mealey’s Litigation Report.

Cole Braun has represented businesses in commercial litigation, financial services, and consumer credit litigation for more than 15 years. He wrote “AI and Complex Credit Models,” explaining recent guidance around AI provided by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

“Our approach to AI legal issues is collaborative across our practice area disciplines and reflects our international reach,” said Boult. “We understand AI’s transformative impact and ensure that our legal advice is grounded in a thorough understanding of AI technologies and their practical applications.”

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