Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is poised to revolutionise a wide range of business sectors over the coming years. It is already having a major impact in areas such as healthcare, finance and manufacturing. But as this new technology develops, complex legal questions can arise in respect of how AI fits into the existing regulatory and legislative landscapes, many of which were often constructed without AI capabilities being contemplated.

The cross-practice expertise of ALG’s AI team makes us uniquely positioned to advise businesses on both the adoption of AI in non-tech sectors and on the creation and provision of new AI technologies. We provide strategic advice to ensure our clients can maximise the commercial benefits of AI, while carefully managing the legal risks associated with AI technologies, such as data privacy rights, risk management, intellectual property rights and regulatory investigations and compliance. We constantly track developments and trends in AI regulation and provide regular updates to our clients to ensure they can stay abreast of this rapidly developing area of law. Our position as market leaders in this space has been confirmed by the number of global, industry leaders who have trusted us to assist them in bringing sophisticated, deep learning AI models to market.


  • Advising a global leader

    on the development and implementation of its deep-learning generative AI technology across Europe.

  • Responding to a broad range of regulatory inquiries

    in respect of the application of AI systems