Brian’s law practice spans more than two decades after several years working as a professional engineer. He helps clients with their human-centric technologies in the healthcare, automotive, software, and consumer electronics industries, among others. He has a deep understanding of the legal, ethical, governance, and technical issues surrounding artificial intelligence (“AI”), machine learning (“ML”), and other data-based emerging technologies, and has published numerous journal and conference papers and a book chapter about those issues, including “Legal Elements of an AI Regulatory Permit Program” in The Oxford Handbook of Artificial Intelligence Governance (2022). His views about AI appear regularly on the AI LAW Substack platform.
Brian’s work covers privacy, patent, copyright, trade secrets, corporate governance (risk management, risk reporting), and litigation related to AI and other technologies. Brian helps healthcare academics, practitioners, and life sciences companies protect their inventions, enforce IP rights, and defend against patent infringement claims. As part of this, he advises generic drug manufacturers regarding their IP, contracting, licensing, freedom to operate, and complex Hatch-Waxman ANDA-type patent litigation matters.