Generative AI and Copyright Law: How to Set Up A Corporate Framework (RECORDING)

This panel will discuss issues for in-house counsel to consider in guiding business teams interested in leveraging new generative AI tools.  Topics to be addressed include:  

  • Potential copyright infringement liability risks 
  • Copyright ownership considerations for AI-generated output 
  • Data privacy considerations 
  • Concerns around accuracy and bias 
  • Transparency and disclosure requirements 
  • Insurance coverage considerations 
  • Structural/procedural frameworks for corporate governance around use of AI.

Attendees will leave with a checklist for establishing a considered approach to using AI within their company. 

Anna Chauvet

Partner

Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP

Anna Chauvet leads Finnegan’s copyright practice and leverages significant experience in tackling cutting-edge issues relating to copyright. She has testified before the U.S. Copyright Office regarding artificial intelligence and copyright, and advised on potential legislative efforts regarding copyright and copyright-adjacent issues. Prior to rejoining Finnegan, Anna served as associate general counsel at the U.S. Copyright Office, where she advised on litigation strategy to inform the U.S. government’s views regarding novel questions of copyright law pending before the U.S. Supreme Court.  After that, she served as vice president of public policy at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), where she was integral to policy development, advocacy strategies, and reaching consensus among members and congressional offices in the areas of artificial intelligence, music licensing, and antitrust. Anna holds an undergraduate degree from the University of California, Berkeley and a J.D. from American University, Washington College of Law.

Sean Park

Senior Associate

Day Pitney LLP

Woo Sin "Sean" Park is a senior associate at Day Pitney LLP. Sean helps clients with all aspects of litigation related to patent, copyright, trademark and trade secret matters. His works involve a number of subject matters, including toys, video games, artificial intelligence, websites, life science devices, aerospace components, wireless communication devices and software. He has briefed and argued personal jurisdiction, venue, intellectual property validity/invalidity, claim construction, infringement/non-infringement, fee shifting and other issues. Sean serves as adjunct faculty at the University of Connecticut School of Business, where he developed and teaches a class on the legal and ethical environment of Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) representation. In the course, he covers the role of contract law, data privacy and integrity, and intellectual property laws, as well as laws regulating false advertising and celebrity endorsements in relation to NIL representation.

Edward Ryan

Associate Partner

Tutunjian & Bitetto, P.C.

Ed Ryan is an associate partner at Tutunjian & Bitetto, P.C., in Long Island, NY. His work as a patent prosecutor in neural network technologies and other forms of artificial intelligence systems gives him a valuable perspective on how these systems operate. Ed has spoken and written on the topic of AI-generated artwork previously, following the developments of case law and the Copyright Office’s position on the subject. He is now a member of the IPO’s Artificial Intelligence & New Emerging Technologies committee, and is working with the policy sub-committee to advance IPO members’ interests as this new body of law advances.

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