Webinar: AI – Understanding the Legal & Regulatory Landscape
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Webinar: AI – Understanding the Legal & Regulatory Landscape

2 min.

We are delighted to invite you to our upcoming webinar on Artificial Intelligence – Understanding the Legal & Regulatory Landscape in the EU, UK and US, hosted by the ECOVIS Legal Task Force.


  • Tuesday 25th June 2024


  • 07:00 Pacific Time, Americas
  • 10:00 Eastern Time, Americas
  • 15:00 British Summer Time
  • 16:00 Central European Summer Time

Topic Overview

As AI rapidly permeates all areas of business and personal life, the law is finally starting to catch up with the technology advances and there have been a number of important legal developments in recent months. Make sure that you are aware of the implications of these developments by attending this webinar at which legal experts in AI from Ecovis member firms explain the new laws and principles that are emerging in the EU, UK and US to govern the use of AI and what they mean for businesses.

In particular, the webinar will focus on:

  • an overview of the new legal rules and principles
  • the impact on high risk AI systems
  • the prohibition of some AI practices
  • the new fines/sanctions that underpin these rules
  • action points – what businesses should be doing now to comply with the new rules.

At the end of the webinar there will also be a Q&A session to explore further the impact of these new AI rules.

Our Speakers

Roeland de Bruin
Roeland is an attorney-at-law at KienhuisLegal & Assistant Professor at Utrecht University, has been involved in AI regulation since 2012. Roeland has advised the EU regulator on several occasions, and holds a Phd in regulating innovation and acceptance of AI as embedded in autonomous vehicles. At KienhuisLegal, his practice concentrates on the interfaces between law and technology.

John Warchus
John is a partner at Moore Barlow in the UK and has been advising clients on IT and technology law matters for 25 years, including legal issues relating to AI and the new regulatory rules that are now emerging.

Robert J. deBrauwere
Rob is a Partner with Pryor Cashman LLP in New York City and co-chair of its digital media practice group.  A former relational database programmer, Rob’s practice is focused on the intersection of intellectual property, technology, media and entertainment, including AI, data privacy and cybersecurity.

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