Joseph Saveri Named Among 2024 Lawdragon 100 Leading AI & Legal Tech Advisors

Joseph Saveri of the Joseph Saveri Law Firm, LLP has been selected for inclusion in  Lawdragon’s inaugural 100 Leading AI & Legal Tech Advisors guide.

Lawdragon’s guide honors the “librarians, entrepreneurs, lawyers, and technologists [who] built the world where artificial intelligence threatens to upend life and law as we know it—and are  now at the forefront of the battles raging within.”

To compile the guide, Lawdragon cast a wide net with dozens of leaders in this area, took submissions, and consulted with some of the most esteemed gurus in legal tech. It also researched the cases most likely to have the biggest impact on AI, unearthing the dozen or so top
trial lawyers tapped to lead the battles. Many of them bring copyright or intellectual property backgrounds and are Bay Area based.

Joe has played an instrumental role in developing and coordinating the firm’s generative AI litigation. These novel, cutting-edge cases are on behalf of classes of artists, coders, and authors who allege their creative work is being illegally appropriated by defendants’ artificial intelligence and machine learning technology without consent, credit, compensation, or transparency. These cases have drawn considerable legal and international press attention and have been the subject of a July 2023 Senate Judiciary Committee subcommittee hearing, at which a client testified. Co-counsel for these cases, Matthew Butterick, was also named to  Lawdragon’s guide.

The firm is incredibly honored that Joe has been selected by Lawdragon and holds a spot among some of the most prestigious lawyers in the country. He has previously been named to the “500 Leading Litigators in America,” “500 Leading Plaintiff Financial Lawyers,” “500 Leading Lawyers in America,” and “500 Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyer” guides.

To make a Lawdragon guide, a lawyer must be in practice 10 years, with extremely rare exceptions, and in most cases significantly more. Similarly, virtually all are partners in their law practice or hold a designation that indicates the regard of those with whom they practice.

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