INTRODUCING THE CHAIRMAN OF AMEC’S INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD
AMIT MOR OF NASCHITZ BRANDES AMIR
Amit Mor holds the position of Head of Media & Entertainment at Naschitz Brandes Amir, a leading full-service law firm in Israel. With years of experience in the legal industry, Amit and his team provide expert legal support to an impressive range of international music events occurred in Israel, representing producers and promoters, as well as a diverse group of local talents.
Amit’s expertise has been instrumental in the successful representation of Israeli tours for some of the world’s leading music artists, including the likes of the Rolling Stones, Madonna, RHCP, Santana, Cirque Du Soleil, and Barbra Streisand. His involvement in these high-profile events has included advising on a range of legal matters, from contract negotiations to compliance with local regulations and licensing requirements.
Amit also represents international celebrities and talents, including Israeli Michelin-starred chef, Assaf Granit. As their representative, Amit handles all aspects of advertising endeavors, from negotiating commercial contracts to collaborating with production companies and top brands in Israel.
Aside from his work in media and entertainment law, Amit specializes in commercial litigation, as well as libel law and “gag” orders. He obtained his LL.B. (cum laude) and LL.M. from Tel Aviv University, and EMBA from Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and The Coller School of Management at Tel Aviv University.
Outside of work, Amit is dedicated to community service, having served as Chairman of “Halev,” one of Israel’s largest legal pro-bono organizations. He’s now an executive in the organization, Head of the Exceptions Committee with the IBA Pro-Bono Project, and an active member of the Pro-Bono Committee at Naschitz Brandes Amir. Amit currently serves as Chair of the International Advisory Board for the Association of Media and Entertainment Counsel, the leading organization for entertainment attorneys with Hollywood guilds, studios, networks, major entertainment and media companies and law firms.
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With interest in Artificial intelligence (AI) soaring, we were curious to determine how well a very popular ‘generative AI’ tool, ChatGPT, could perform at identifying the leading causes of cybersecurity incidents experienced by universities.  We chose universities as the setting for our query because they are amongst the most complex technology environments, often embracing diverse, decentralized technologies and supporting the needs of disparate user communities such as employees, faculty, students, alumni, and visitors.
We asked ChatGPT: “What are the top causes of cybersecurity incidents on college campuses?”
Considerations for Businesses Seeking to Protect AI-Created Content
Over the past two decades, artificial intelligence (“AI”) has slowly crept into our day-to-day lives, allowing companies to streamline certain aspects of their business while cutting labor costs. However, businesses that use AI-created works of authorship or inventions should be aware that those works may not be afforded the same rights and protections under intellectual property law as works created by employees or human beings. Below are some considerations for businesses that seek to protect content created in whole or in part by AI.
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