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Led by the nation’s foremost legal specialist on the intersection of artificial intelligence and the law, as well as world-class litigators and IP-focused lawyers fluent in the latest AI and machine-learning tools and their applications, our cross-departmental AI team is uniquely positioned to help clients mitigate potential legal and business risks in their use of AI-powered technologies, while safely taking advantage of the business opportunities presented by these powerful new tools.
Awards & Recognition
Paul, Weiss is shortlisted in two categories for the Financial Times’ Innovative Lawyers Awards North America 2023.
Digital Technology Group Co-Chair Katherine Forrest spoke with Bloomberg Law about how to navigate disclosure of the use of generative AI in client work.
Litigation partners Catherine Nyarady and Crystal Parker’s latest intellectual property litigation column, “AI-Generated Artwork and Copyright Ownership,” appeared in the November 8 issue of the New York Law Journal.
Litigation counsel Anna Gressel will moderate a fireside chat, “Regulating AI across its Value Chain,” as part of the 2023 Athens Roundtable on Artificial Intelligence and the Rule of Law.
Litigation counsel Anna Gressel will speak on a panel, “Limitations and Consequences of the Use of AI,” as part of the Connecticut Bar Foundation’s 5th Hon. Mark R. Kravitz Symposium.
Digital Technologies Group Co-Chair Katherine Forrest will deliver a presentation on artificial intelligence at the National Chief Judges Association Annual Conference on October 24.
On May 9, Sustainability and ESG Advisory Practice Co-Chair Dave Curran and partners Katherine Forrest and Jonathan Ashtor co-hosted an in-person event, “Navigating AI Risk Management from an ESG Perspective,” in collaboration with Deloitte Touche at Paul, Weiss’s New York office.
Litigation partner Katherine Forrest will participate in the 2023 annual Salzburg Global Corporate Governance Forum, “Promise or Peril? Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Corporate Governance.”
Katherine Forrest Discusses Cutting-Edge Legal Work on Artificial Intelligence and Other Emerging Technologies in LEADERS Magazine
LEADERS Magazine featured litigation partner Katherine Forrest in the “Women Leaders” section of its April, May, June 2023 issue.
Lightning-fast advances in AI and machine learning algorithms are revolutionizing the way business is done across a broad array of industries and are being used across business operations. We help boards and top management understand emerging regulatory concerns; establish appropriate parameters and guardrails in testing data-set models; and stay ahead of potential legal and regulatory repercussions.