Partner Jennifer Maisel ("Jen") will be a speaker on the session "What You Need to Know About the Intersection of Trade Secrets and AI" during the Practicing Law Institute (PLI) Artificial Intelligence Law 2024 program taking place January 25-26, 2024. The program will take place in-person in New York, New York, with a live groupcast available in Boston, Massachusetts, and the option to view the program online.
Explore the emerging field of artificial intelligence law in this comprehensive two-day PLI program. In its sixth year, PLI’s Artificial Intelligence Law program has been expanded and deepened in response to the continuing fast-paced developments in the past year. New use cases for AI and generative AI have spurred changes in the law, increased regulatory activity, and initiated broader societal discussions in the U.S. and abroad.
Legal and allied professionals aiming to stay abreast of this rapidly evolving field will benefit from a curriculum that marries rigorous academic theory with actionable insights. Jen and other expert speakers provide a nuanced understanding of the legal issues and topics ranging from data governance to administering AI policies in organizations to the intersection of AI and trade secrets.
At the conclusion of the program, you will have a greater understanding of:
- AI Intellectual Property Considerations
- Understand IP implications of AI model training and use
- Be familiar with the status of copyright protection for AI outputs
- Recognize the intersection of AI and trade secrets
- AI Policy, Regulation, and Litigation
- Be familiar with state, federal, and international regulatory activity
- Understand the legal issues related to the provenance of data used for model training and appropriate data governance procedures
- Be familiar with the different liability regimes that may apply to AI-enabled products and services
- Using AI in an Organization
- Be familiar with the practical applications of AI in legal service delivery, as well as concerns and limitation and how to manage risk
- Appreciate successful practices for administering AI policies in organizations
- Understand how legal ethics issues might arise from the use generative AI
- AI, Agreements, and Remedies
- Understand competition and unfair business practice issues that can arise from AI use
- Consider how to re-evaluate standard contractual provisions to account for the nuances of AI
- Be familiar with how to develop and monitor AI systems for compliance with data privacy issues
Attorneys and allied professionals interested in the emerging law and legal implications of the development and use of artificial intelligence will benefit greatly from attending this program.
To learn more, and to register, please visit the Artificial Intelligence Law 2024 event page on the PLI website.