Greenberg Traurig's Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, & Internet of Things (IoT) Group brings together a multidisciplinary team of attorneys to provide legal services related to artificial intelligence, Big Data, IoT, connected objects, augmented reality, robotics, machine learning applications, cloud services, and other advanced technologies. We regularly work with designers, developers, engineers, corporate executives, investment bankers, private equity investors, and venture capitalists on a broad range of issues. At the earliest stages of development of a product or service, we assist the client in identifying and addressing compliance and financing requirements associated with their research and development efforts, due diligence preparation, or a financing event. Throughout the development process, we help creators, marketers, and investors understand, evaluate, and assess the potential legal and regulatory constraints, disclosure, and recordkeeping requirements; establish and implement financing or IP protection strategies; and negotiate, prepare for, or complete a financing, contract, or corporate transaction.
This area is in constant evolution and our team is committed to assisting clients in reaching new frontiers. Our global team stays abreast of existing laws and recent decisions and keeps track of legal trends, upcoming bills, and technical developments, helping clients anticipate and prepare for upcoming compliance requirements and legal and regulatory changes. With a global team of attorneys skilled in compliance, guidance and enforcement, technology financing, data privacy, cybersecurity, intellectual property protection, regulatory and government law, licensing and commercialization, and tort defense, our trusted advisors develop innovative and versatile legal and financing strategies to assist businesses in remaining at the forefront of emerging industries.