AI is not new. Its implementation also is not new. In fact, consumers regularly interact with AI-powered systems every day. Online help systems often use AI to provide quick answers to questions that customers routinely ask. Sometimes these are designed to give a user the impression that s/he is communicating with a person.

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On January 5, 2023, President Biden ushered in the new year by signing into law the Protecting American Intellectual Property Act of 2022 (“PAIPA”), Pub. Law 117-336.1 PAIPA was passed with considerable bipartisan support in both houses of Congress. The new law mandates the collection of certain continue reading…
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PHILADELPHIA – Stradley Ronon is pleased to announce the addition of John Carty and Ryan A. Smith as associates in the firm’s Philadelphia office. 
“We are excited to have John and Ryan join the growing team at Stradley. Their combined litigation experience will strengthen our firm’s ability to serve our expanding client base,” said Jeffrey

Dallas-Fort Worth Partner Matthew T. McLain recently prevailed on behalf of our company client and its driver employee at the Tarrant County District Court in Fort Worth, Texas.
Plaintiff claimed she was driving her automobile when our client’s driver improperly turned at an intersection and caused Plaintiff to strike our client’s tractor-trailer. Plaintiff alleged that

Since the emergence of the Internet, under current European Union rules, services that host user-generated or user-contributed content have enjoyed legal immunity from liability, provided they take down unlawful content once notified of it. This existing regime gave online platforms, such as search engines, social continue reading…
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PHILADELPHIA – Stradley Ronon is pleased to announce that experienced securities regulatory attorney Frederic M. Krieger has joined the firm’s nationally-ranked investment management group in New York. Krieger brings extensive experience with securities compliance and market issues, complementing the firm’s deep bench of existing lawyers who are former alumni staff of the U.S. Securities &