Steven Kramer

In an “Expert Analysis” piece published by Law360, author Steven Kramer, member-in-charge of Eckert Seamans’ White Plains office, explores unique product liability issues that are coming into play in online marketplaces and companies involved in the transportation as a service, or TaaS, industry. Read the full article on Law360. (Subscription may be required to access third-party content.)

Welcome to the Artificial Intelligence Law Blog, brought to you by the AI, Robotics, and Autonomous Transportation Systems team at the law firm of Eckert Seamans.

The purpose of this blog is to present legal developments in the fields of artificial intelligence, robotics and autonomous transportation systems, legal issues on subjects that relate to these fields, and commentary about how the law might impact each of those cutting-edge areas of technology.

The co-editors of this blog are Mark C. Levy, Jodi Dyan Oley, and Francis G.X. Pileggi.

Our focus will include addressing the legal needs of innovative companies developing AI technology,  manufacturers that employ this technology in the transportation industry, and companies using AI/robotic tech in the medical device, pharmaceutical, biologic, food product, health care, consumer product, and industrial products industries, among others.

We will also address the impact of AI on corporate governance and related legal topics. We welcome comments and suggestions from our readers.