Artificial Intelligence

Overview

Artificial intelligence (AI) impacts nearly every primary industry, including health care, consumer finance, transportation, insurance, higher education, critical infrastructure and retail, and poses significant implications for privacy, security, non-discrimination, and other human rights. Robinson+Cole’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) Team brings lawyers together from across multiple areas of practice to navigate this complex area of law and understand the legal and regulatory risks at hand.

Our Services

Our team is equipped with knowledge and experience to successfully address the unique challenges that arise through the implementation of AI. Comprised of highly-skilled litigators, corporate, privacy and security, anti-trust, intellectual property and transactional attorneys, our team collaborates effectively to fully understand and address our clients’ specific business objectives.

Our lawyers are highly knowledgeable in both the uses and risks of AI and can advise on risks related to the governance and use of AI and navigating regulatory risks from:

  • Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
  • Equal Opportunity Employment Commission (EEOC)
  • The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)
  • Professional Ethical Standards and Regulation
  • State laws and regulations applicable to the use of AI technology

Robinson+Cole provides a full range of data privacy and cybersecurity services, including matters related to artificial intelligence. AI technology can be used in phishing scams, cyberattacks, and ransomware. We have a deep understanding of governance and related federal and state regulatory requirements to advise clients on risk reduction and compliance.

Additionally, we are well-versed in the risks of AI regarding intellectual property and copyright and anti-trust. Our team includes attorneys and a Patent Agent with extensive experience handling patent applications related to varied technologies, who understand the ways AI may infringe on existing intellectual property and how to protect our clients’ interests.

Our Team

Our Artificial Intelligence team is dedicated to understanding this complex and evolving technology and the different scenarios that may impact our clients. Active thought leaders, authors, and presenters, we consistently offer timely and thoughtful discussions on a wide range of topics related to AI.

    • News
      • May 3, 2024

        Blair Robinson Authors Journal on Emerging Issues in Litigation Article on Practical Approaches to Governing AI

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      • May 2, 2024

        Sean Griffin Among the First to be Certified as an Artificial Intelligence Governance Professional

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      • February 5, 2024

        Linn Freedman Shares Practical Tips On Use of AI in BusinessWest

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      • January 18, 2024

        Jen Driscoll Authors New York Law Journal Article on How U.S. and China are Confronting GenAI

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      • November 28, 2023

        Sean Griffin Speaks with The Cyber Queens Live Podcast on Cybersecurity, Privacy and AI

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      • October 3, 2023

        Linn Freedman Discusses the Legal Industry’s Use of AI in Hartford Business Journal Cover Story

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      • August 21, 2023

        Jennifer Driscoll and Linn Freedman Examine the Impact of GenerativeAI in Mealey’s Litigation Report: Cyber Tech & E-Commerce

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    • Publications + Presentations
    • "Top Contracting Issues with AI Tools," presented by Kathleen G. Healy, as part of The Complexities of AI in Health Care program, hosted by the American Health Law Association (5/17/2024)
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      "Rise of the Robots: AI and the Future of Insurance," presented by Aaron F. Mandel, CLE hosted by the QBE North America Legal Department (10/3/2023)
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      "Privacy, Security, and AI: Transforming Information Governance," presented by Kathryn M. Rattigan, as part of ARMA New England's " 2nd Annual Golf Benefit and Education Day" (9/19/2023)
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      "COVID-19, Generative AI And The 'Lost Generation' Of Lawyers," presented by Jennifer M. Driscoll, a myLawCLE live-video broadcast (9/14/2023)
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      "Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Insurance," presented by Sean C. Griffin, as part of the 2023 General Counsel Connect hosted by the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (NAMIC) in Chicago, IL (8/29/2023)
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