Taft attorneys Joseph Cleves and Zenus Franklin were recently published in the May/June 2021 issue of the CBA Report. Their article, “Artificial Intelligence in Construction,” overviews the legal implications of Artificial Intelligence and how attorneys in this discipline can prepare for the risks their clients may face.
“Acting not blindly, but with an acute awareness of legal issues not previously encountered, is of the highest importance,” the article reads.
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Cleves is a partner at Taft Cincinnati and has extensive experience in lean construction, a practice designed to maximize value and minimize waste throughout the construction process, and with integrated project delivery (IPD), a process uniquely suited to put lean construction principles into practice. He has consulted on multi-million dollar developments across the nation, incorporating IPD as a means to delivering value to all phases of design, fabrication, and construction.
Franklin is a business and finance attorney at Taft Dayton. He focuses his practice on corporate governance, privacy and data security, and data governance planning.