Wednesday, November 15, 2023
11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Eastern
10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Central
9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Mountain
8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Pacific

About the Program

On Wednesday, November 15, from 11 am to 12 pm Eastern, Seyfarth and Lexology will host a Masterclass webinar titled, “AI Gone Awry: Lessons from an AI Fiasco,”

Seyfarth has been recognized in World Intellectual Property Review’s inaugural rankings of the leading USA trademark firms and lawyers. WIPR cited Seyfarth as “recommended” for its Non-Contentious Trademark and “notable” for its Contentious Trademark work. Individually, Ken Wilton was “recommended” for his Contentious Trademark work. WIPR bases its rankings on “research that included

Pat Muffo, Partner in Seyfarth’s Intellectual Property practice presented the “AI for Patent Attorneys: Opportunities and Challenges” session as part of myLawCLE’s “AI for Lawyers: A practical guide to generative AI, copyright, privacy, and more” webinar series. The webinar session is available on demand on Thursday, August 31, 2023 through the myLawCLE website.

Artificial intelligence

On Tuesday, June 13 at 1:00 p.m. Eastern, Seyfarth attorneys Kristine Argentine, John Tomaszewski, and Paul Yovanic will present at the Association of National Advertisers webinar,  “Emerging Issues Surrounding Privacy Class Actions and Compliance in 2023.”

The webinar will address the recent surge in consumer class actions, compliance considerations, and recent developments

The integration of artificial intelligence (AI) into the legal field has brought about numerous advancements, revolutionizing the way lawyers approach research and case preparation. However, recent incidents have raised concerns regarding the reliability and ethical implications of relying solely on AI models for legal research.

The New York Case – A Cautionary Tale

In a

Last week, a joint statement was issued by four federal agencies expressing their apprehension regarding the use of AI for discriminatory or anticompetitive purposes and outlining their plans for regulation. This comes on the heels of Elon Musk requesting a “pause” in AI development and meeting with Senator Chuck Schumer to guide the statutory framework

The Supreme Court yesterday declined to hear a case brought by a computer scientist whose “invention” was in fact created by artificial intelligence. Stephen Thaler was appealing a Federal Circuit decision that interpreted the Patent Act to require a human “inventor” for purposes of obtaining a patent. The invention at issue was conceived of by

Seyfarth recently collaborated with Lexology on the release of an updated overview of legal issues affecting digital health in the United States. In the 35th episode of Seyfarth’s Health Care Beat Podcast, Jamaica Szeliga, a partner in the firm’s Intellectual Property group and NEW Health Care Beat co-host, joins Chris DeMeo to discuss the

Seyfarth earned high rankings in the 2023 World Trademark Review 1000, with nine lawyers and four firm offices singled out.

Lauren Gregory Leipold (Atlanta) gained recognition for the first time joining longtime honorees Joan Larkin (Los Angeles), Bart Lazar (Chicago), Ed Maluf (New York), Lisa Meyerhoff (Houston), Brian Michaelis (Boston), Jay Myers (Atlanta), Julia

Seyfarth’s Commercial Litigation practice group is pleased to provide the third annual installment the Commercial Litigation Outlook, where our nationally-recognized team provides insights about litigation issues and trends to expect in 2023.

The continuing global tumult and increasing chances for a recession will weigh heavily on the litigation outlook for 2023. We expect an uneven