Artificial Intelligence

While artificial intelligence (AI) brings numerous benefits and opportunities to those who use AI technologies as part of their business, including enhanced efficiency and productivity, it also poses several legal challenges in an ever-evolving regulatory landscape. These challenges include data privacy and regulatory compliance, among others. Businesses and employers need to understand, identify, and address these issues to fully leverage AI technologies and run their business successfully while mitigating any potential risks. The AI practice group at Hoagland, Longo, Moran, Dunst & Doukas brings together a multi-disciplinary team of attorneys from across the firm led by Managing Partner Chad M. Moore, a member of the New Jersey Supreme Court’s AI Committee with extensive litigation experience and knowledge in AI issues and compliance to help clients harness the power of AI and transform how businesses deliver service.

Attorneys in our AI practice group are leaders in their respective fields of legal practice with the practical industry knowledge that best position them to provide guidance to businesses of all sizes with respect to regulatory compliance, intellectual property rights in the context of machine learning, data privacy, technology transactions, as well as the ethical considerations of AI deployment in legal and business practices. No matter the industry, from insurance, automobile and transportation, to commercial real estate, our team stands ready to help clients mitigate the potential legal challenges and leverage the businesses opportunities presented by these powerful new technologies.

Our collective legal experience informs our ability to provide guidance in the following areas:

AI Compliance - Helping clients navigate the evolving regulatory landscape surrounding AI technologies to ensure business operations are compliant.

Intellectual Property - Advising clients on the protection and licensing of AI-generated content and innovations.

Data Privacy and Security - Offering guidance on data protection laws as they apply to AI systems, including GDPR, CCPA, and beyond.

Ethics and Governance - Helping businesses develop ethical guidelines and governance frameworks for the responsible use of AI in business practices.  

Litigation and Dispute Resolution - Leveraging AI tools for predictive analysis in litigation outcomes and dispute resolution efficiency.

Education - Helping organizations and employers across sectors develop AI policies to reflect the use of AI technologies in their day-to-day business operations.