Type: News
Date: 04/15/2024

Harris Discusses AI During Loyola University Chicago's School of Law Women in Law Litigation Panel

On April 6, Taft Chicago partner Marcus Harris discussed key legal considerations surrounding artificial intelligence (AI) during Loyola University Chicago’s School of Law Women in Law litigation panel. During the panel discussion, Harris spoke about drafting AI policy for law firms, considering privilege issues and risk mitigation when using AI, legal considerations for generative AI, and how AI plays a role in intellectual property.

Harris has established one of the country’s leading practices devoted to drafting and negotiating Enterprise Software related licenses, implementation and SaaS agreements, as well as litigating failed software implementations in courts and before arbitration panels across the country.

He is one of the foremost attorneys in the country representing government entities, distributors and manufacturers in recovering damages arising out of failed Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software implementations. As a former in-house attorney at some of the largest software companies in the world, Marcus understands software vendor tactics and is able to leverage his ERP industry knowledge to advocate on behalf of his clients. He frequently speaks on emerging technology related issues and is interviewed regularly by the media.

Watch a video of the panel discussion here.

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