Arnon, Tadmor-Levy’s Emerging Technologies practice is motivated by our clients’ need to stay at the forefront of technology and our team’s firm commitment to supporting them with top-notch legal services. Our approach ensures that every legal strategy is crafted with a thorough understanding of the unique aspects of each technology, providing pragmatic, forward-facing and tailor-made legal solutions.
Our legal practice spans from working with early-stage startups to providing complex legal opinions on regulatory issues to multi-national corporations. We provide comprehensive support that covers regulatory, corporate, and commercial aspects. Our commitment to addressing the challenges of emerging technologies has resulted in a robust portfolio of cases, reflecting our engagement across a broad spectrum of matters in the dynamic landscape of AI, Blockchain, IoT, Privacy, Data Security, Web 3.0, Metaverse, Gaming, and more.
The global environment in which our clients operate requires us to address the intricacies of different regulations at both the international and local levels. Our strategy involves a nuanced understanding of diverse legal frameworks, ensuring compliance, addressing evolving global regulatory trends and risk mitigation as well as cooperation with various foreign law firms. We don’t just solve existing problems; we try to anticipate future ones.
As part of our proactive approach, we are consistently in close contact with Israeli regulators, collaborating to ensure their continuous support for innovation and the creation of an optimal environment for the research, development, and safe market access of emerging technologies.
Artificial Intelligence (AI)
The field of artificial intelligence is one of the main areas that has been growing technologically and regulatorily in recent years. Our Emerging Technologies team accompanies clients in assessing the compliance of their use of artificial intelligence with the regulatory conditions applicable to the sector in which they operate. In this context, we strive to inform our clients about updates and changes occurring globally that could impact their activities in the field, such as the AI Act in the European Union countries and the Presidential Decrees in the USA.
One of the areas developed in our firm is advising clients on adapting their activities in the world of Generative AI, including the formulation of internal policies and procedures for the use of these tools by companies, considering aspects of intellectual property rights, privacy, and issues related to product and professional liability.
Passionate about technology, fueled by curiosity, and dedicated to our clients’ satisfaction, at Arnon, Tadmor-Levy, we are committed to assuming a leading role in this domain.