Artificial Intelligence: Intellectual Property Litigation Discovery Considerations: Overview
Blank Rome LLP Partner Brian Wm. Higgins authored “Artificial Intelligence: Intellectual Property Litigation Discovery Considerations: Overview,” a Practice Note for Practical Law Intellectual Property & Technology, a Thomson Reuters publication (September 2019).
This Practice Note provides an overview of key issues companies and their in-house and outside counsel should consider when preparing for discovery in intellectual property litigation in which an artificial intelligence technology is at issue. The Note also discusses potential claims and defenses, pre-suit considerations, written and third-party discovery, source code review, and depositions in a hypothetical patent infringement and trade secret misappropriation litigation matter involving highly autonomous vehicle facial recognition technology.
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