A.J. Bahou Appointed Chair of Tennessee Bar’s AI Task Force

May, 2024 - Birmingham, Alabama

Bradley is pleased to announce that Nashville partner A.J. Bahou has been appointed to serve as chair of the Tennessee Bar Association’s (TBA) newly established Artificial Intelligence (AI) Task Force.

As chair, Mr. Bahou will lead the AI task force’s efforts to explore the intersection of AI and the legal profession by driving initiatives to ensure that Tennessee attorneys are well-equipped to navigate the evolving landscape of AI technology. Mr. Bahou is an experienced technology and AI attorney with a wealth of insight that will allow him to assist the TBA in guiding attorneys on the appropriate use of AI in their legal practice, as well as reviewing new innovative tools and contributing information to the TBA’s online practice management resources.

“I am honored to serve as Chair of the TBA's AI Task Force,” said Mr. Bahou, leader of Bradley’s AI team. “As AI technology continues to transform the legal landscape, it is crucial that we proactively engage with these developments to ensure that our legal practice embraces the opportunity to efficiently serve our clients.”

Mr. Bahou helped form Bradley’s AI team in 2023, drawing on his impressive background and practice focused on the relationship between law and technology. He has extensive experience in a wide range of electrical and computing technologies and has distinguished himself as a forward-thinking practitioner with a deep understanding of the legal implications surrounding emerging technologies. Mr. Bahou’s practice includes intellectual property, data privacy, and cybersecurity, and he has transacted deals, licensed AI technology, and filed applications for clients that are utilizing AI/machine learning tools across a variety of industries.

Bradley’s AI team works with clients across industries to guide them on issues relevant to their business, including corporate policies for employee use; compliance with federal and state healthcare and data privacy regulations; vendor agreements to reduce liability; protections for AI-related IP and defense against infringement; AI technologies for financial institutions for compliance with confidentiality and disclosure agreements; and insurance policies that speak to unique AI risk and include AI-related coverage.