From the Boise Advertising Federation:
What are the legal ramifications of using AI? Ownership of work?
Generative artificial intelligence, or GenAI, is the most rapidly adopted technology the world has ever seen, surpassing even cell phones and web browsers. But with that explosion of use and opportunity comes several key legal concerns: Can you own the output? Will you get sued for using it? Will your insurance cover it? Join our speaker and Hawley Troxell partner Brad Frazer for an engaging and interactive discussion of the best (and worst!) legal practices for using GenAI.
Bradlee Frazer is a partner with Hawley Troxell and is Chair of the firm’s Intellectual Property & Internet practice group. In addition to emphasizing and focusing on all facets of Internet law, Intellectual Property law, and Information Technology law, he also helps clients with related transactional work and litigation.
Brad is a published novelist, and he has also written extensively for national legal publications and law blogs. He is also a frequent speaker on internet, intellectual property, and computer law topics and is a regular guest lecturer at Boise State University on those subjects.
A Boise native, Brad began his legal career in 1989 as an intellectual property attorney and commercial litigator at a Boise-based law firm. In 1997 he accepted an in-house position as Senior Intellectual Property Counsel with Fortune 1000 company, Micron Electronics, Inc., and remained there through the company’s merger with Interland, Inc. (now Web.com), then the nation’s largest Web hosting company. He eventually became Deputy General Counsel for Micron Electronics, Inc., and Interland, Inc. From June 2003 to February 2006, Mr. Frazer served as Deputy General Counsel to MPC Computers, LLC, in Nampa, Idaho.