Eckert Seamans launches Artificial Intelligence Law Blog

Eckert Seamans announces the launch of its Artificial Intelligence Law Blog (artificialintelligencelawblog.com), edited and written by lawyers in the firm’s AI, Robotics, and Autonomous Transportation Systems Practice Group. The purpose of this blog is to present legal developments in the fields of artificial intelligence, robotics and autonomous transportation systems, legal issues on subjects that relate to these fields, and commentary about how the law might impact each of those cutting-edge areas of technology.

The co-editors of this blog are Mark C. Levy, Jodi Dyan Oley, and Francis G.X. Pileggi, all of whom are members (partners) at Eckert Seamans. The editors and other contributors will focus on addressing the legal needs of innovative companies developing AI technology, manufacturers employing this technology in the transportation industry, and companies utilizing AI/robotic tech in the medical device, pharmaceutical, biologic, food product, health care, consumer product, and industrial products industries, among others. The blog will also address the impact of AI on corporate governance and related legal topics.

About the Editors

Mark C. Levy is a litigator and trial attorney who has represented Fortune 500 companies in complex commercial litigation in state and federal forums across the country. He has spent most of his career defending and counseling pharmaceutical and medical device companies, defense contractors, transportation companies, and manufacturers of products in heavily-regulated industries, including actions brought by federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies.

Jodi Dyan Oley maintains a national civil litigation practice, representing manufacturers of automobiles, automotive component parts, consumer products, industrial equipment, and motorcycles. She has extensive experience in discovery and case coordination and has been appointed national discovery counsel for an international automotive manufacturer and acts as regional trial counsel for a national motorcycle manufacturer. Oley is the current chair of the Defense Research Institute (DRI) Product Liability Committee’s Automotive Specialized Litigation Group.

Francis G.X. Pileggi practices primarily in the areas of corporate and commercial litigation. His litigation practice emphasizes representation in high-stakes disputes of corporations, stockholders, members of boards of directors, and members and managers of LLCs and other forms of entities. He has extensive experience in matters involving fiduciary duties and corporate governance as well as summary proceedings under the Delaware General Corporation Law. Pileggi created and maintains the Delaware Corporate and Commercial Litigation Blog, which was named one of LexisNexis’ Top 25 Business Law Blogs and was selected for inclusion in the ABA Journal’s Blawg 100 for two consecutive years. In turn, he has been described as “a brand name in Delaware corporate litigation.”

About the Practice Group

The AI, Robotics, and Autonomous Transportation Systems Practice Group is a multidisciplinary team of 70 lawyers whose experiences span a variety of legal practice areas, including products liability, regulatory compliance, employee relations, privacy, cybersecurity, transactional matters, environmental, and intellectual property protections.

For more information about Eckert Seamans’ Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, and Autonomous Transportation Systems practice, please visit https://www.eckertseamans.com/our-practices/artificial-intelligence-robotics-and-autonomous-transportation-systems.

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