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Artificial intelligence (AI) is being adopted in a broad set of industries, and is starting to reshape some of them, generating new opportunities and challenges, and raising novel legal issues. With the rapid evolution of AI technology and with legislators, regulators and industry leaders considering the appropriate legal and regulatory frameworks for AI, companies are facing an uncertain business, legal, and policy landscape.

Covington is particularly well placed to help clients realize the benefits of AI while managing these business, legal, and policy risks.

We have guided companies through the full lifecycle of AI applications, from the earliest stages of financing and development through implementation and beyond. Our clients include developers of general AI platforms and technologies, as well as developers and users of a wide range of more specific AI applications, including  autonomous vehicles, conversational assistants, security systems and malware detection, personalized advertising and product recommendations, money laundering avoidance, and digital health.

More generally, Covington has a unique mix of regulatory, transactional, and litigation expertise that allows us to address AI-related issues wherever they arise, including in antitrust and competition law, data privacy and cybersecurity, e-discovery, intellectual property, M&A, financial services, digital health, class-action litigation, insurance recovery, government procurement, and public policy and government affairs.

We have provided AI-related counseling and advice in a wide range of industries, including technology, financial services, energy, consumer brands and retail, travel and transportation, healthcare, and life sciences.

Significant Government and Cross-Practice Experience
Our team includes lawyers with significant government experience, including a former Deputy General Counsel of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, former Assistant Attorneys General from the Department of Justice and a Judge from the U.S. Court of Claims. In addition, clients active in the AI space benefit from our close coordination of our wide ranging regulatory practices. Our Public Policy practice also can advise on achieving legislative and regulatory goals. Our corporate lawyers handle financing, M&A, ventures, and other commercial transactions. And our deep bench of litigators with significant trial experience can assist with disputes around the world.