Practice Overview

Generative artificial intelligence (AI) has become a cornerstone of innovation across numerous industries. These AI technologies can produce images, audio, computer code, and text, and have the potential to revolutionize production processes, enhance efficiency, and unlock cost savings. However, this new technology raises profound questions about intellectual property, creator rights, ethical use of digital content, and harm caused by Generative AI in the real world.

The heart of the matter lies in the technology’s reliance on pre-existing works — often without explicit consent from the original creators. This practice has sparked significant legal and economic disputes, highlighting the need for a nuanced approach to AI governance.

LGN is committed to protecting individuals, consumers, and creators. We file cases against companies that are taking advantage of generative AI technology to the detriment of real people.