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Mitigating Legal Risks of Artificial Intelligence: Best Practices for Counsel

Fiduciary Expectations, Legal Challenges, Cross-Border Dealings, Managing Transactions and Data Privacy

Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A

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Conducted on Wednesday, April 25, 2018

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This CLE course will provide insight into the emerging market of artificial intelligence (AI) and liability risks to organizations that cause corporate governance and compliance problems. The panel will identify developing liability exposures in using AI and other relevant governance concerns.


The increased popularity and integration of AI results in the inevitable flow of legal risks. The most glaring liability concerns include the need to ensure that software providers preserve confidentiality, adhere to regulatory requirements, and limit the risk of errors.

AI significantly affects legal, HR, health and other environments where its use evolves rapidly, and startups focus AI applications to collect, organize and manage large amounts of data more efficiently. As with any emerging technology, counsel must thoughtfully consider the legal ramifications of AI.

Acquiring knowledge of the legal risks of AI, methods to ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations, issues associated with cross-border dealings, and best practices in managing transactions involving AI-based systems mitigates an organization’s legal risks, claims and sanctions.

Listen as our panel discusses the complex rules and regulations associated with the use of AI, minimizing liability in transactions, and methods to ensure effective data governance.



  1. Practical uses and applications of AI raising concerns for corporate counsel
  2. Fiduciary expectations, legal risks and challenges associated with the use of AI
  3. Transactions involving AI based systems and methods to reduce liability


The panel will review these and other critical issues:

  • Practical applications of AI that raising complex legal issues for organizations
  • Laws and regulations associated with AI
  • Liability exposure and best practices in handling transactions involving AI
  • Best practices for contracts involving AI based systems


Kantner, Robert
Robert W. (Bob) Kantner

Jones Day

Mr. Kantner is an experienced trial lawyer who handles intellectual property and business cases. He organized a working...  |  Read More

Kelly, Michael
Michael W. Kelly

Squire Patton Boggs

Mr. Kelly has experience in employment litigation, counseling, collective bargaining and arbitration. His practice...  |  Read More

Nguyen, Huu
Huu Nguyen

Squire Patton Boggs

Mr. Nguyen is a deal lawyer, focusing his practice on commercial and corporate transactions in the technology and media...  |  Read More

Garcia, Dennis
Dennis Garcia

Assistant General Counsel

Mr. Garcia practices at the intersection of law and technology and provides a wide range of legal support to...  |  Read More

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