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Frances Waldmann is a litigation attorney whose practice focuses on technology-driven disputes and encompasses complex commercial and antitrust litigation, investigations by US and international enforcement authorities, and regulatory compliance. She has experience litigating a wide range of complex disputes, including cross-border cases, often involving cutting edge technologies such as electronic devices, computer software and AI-based systems. Her antitrust experience includes the defence of civil class action lawsuits and cartel investigations by the US Department of Justice and global antitrust enforcers in industries including consumer electronics, transportation, automobile parts, telecommunications and financial services.
Ms Waldmann also counsels technology-focused clients on regulatory compliance, corporate governance and product liability issues with respect to the developing body of law on emerging technologies, data privacy and the sharing economy. She has particular expertise in legal, ethical and policy developments surrounding artificial intelligence and automation, and advises companies navigating the evolving regulatory landscape for technologies such as autonomous and connected vehicles. She spearheads Gibson Dunn’s Quarterly Artificial Intelligence and Automated Systems Legal Update, and speaks and writes on matters relating to AI and automation. Ms Waldmann is a member of the State Bars of California and New York, and
Ms Waldmann is a member of the State Bars of California and New York, and the bar of England and Wales.
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