Ownership of artificial intelligence and the regulation of artificial intelligence. Litigation involving devices that incorporate machine learning and artificial agents.
Blockchains for business and commerce, smart contracts, distributed autonomous organizations (digital corporations), business governance. Smart legal contracts, automated business processes.
Matters involving computer/network security such as security breach and notification requirements, incident response, privacy issues, privacy policies, information technology system audits, corporate espionage, and computer crimes.
An attorney, expert witness, computer forensic examiner, and IT systems auditor who is experienced in all areas of law and technology involving computers and networks. Particular specialization in computer security, computer crimes, incidence response, electronic discovery, computer forensics, intellectual property (patents, copyrights, trademarks and trade secrets), analysis and comparison of software source code (for copyright infringement and trade secret misappropriation), electronic commerce, identity theft, technology licensing (especially software), data privacy, corporate espionage, database protection and Internet domain name disputes. Former Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Houston where he taught courses on intellectual property, computer crime and electronic commerce.
Computer forensic examiner and expert witness for electronic discovery and copyright infringement cases involving computer source code. Ssoftware programming experience in multiple languages. Able to read and to write computer software applications (for desktops and servers) in a variety of languages. Adept at making database-oriented software programs for Internet applications with relational, object, object-relational, and NoSQL database engines. Writes his own software applications for specialized artificial intelligence, data science, electronic discovery and computer forensic matters.