Collection of AI researchers, legal nerds, and IP professionals

LEGIT's technology was born out of research coming out of
MIT, Brandeis, and Tufts

 

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Matt Osman
CEO
 

Before co-founding the company, Matthew was the youngest Vice President at a $1bn structured credit hedge fund in London where he specialized in credit strategies and tax structuring.

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Jacob Rosen
Chief Technology Officer
 

Jacob is an internationally recognised and award-winning Artificial Intelligence researcher. Jacob’s paper on “Tax Non-Compliance Detection Using Co-Evolution of Tax Evasion Risk and Audit Likelihood” won the Best Innovative Application Paper Award at ICAIL 2015 and was covered by the New York Times.

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Dr. Anthony Bucci
Chief Scientist
 

Anthony has over 30 years programming experience has published over a dozen papers on machine learning. During his varied career, Anthony has worked on computational biology with Dr. Jason Johnson, then at the Pfizer Discovery Technology Center and has also applied insights from genetic programming and coevolutionary algorithms to the computational chemistry problem of solubility prediction.

 

ADVISORS

David Boundy is a patent attorney and CEO of Cambridge Technology Law. He was Vice President for Intellectual Property at Cantor Fitzgerald LP, with senior responsibility for patent acquisition, licensing and IP strategy. Before joining Cantor, Mr. Boundy was in private practice for 15 years, with Fish & Richardson, Shearman & Sterling, and Willkie Farr & Gallagher.

David Boundy is a patent attorney and CEO of Cambridge Technology Law. He was Vice President for Intellectual Property at Cantor Fitzgerald LP, with senior responsibility for patent acquisition, licensing and IP strategy. Before joining Cantor, Mr. Boundy was in private practice for 15 years, with Fish & Richardson, Shearman & Sterling, and Willkie Farr & Gallagher.

Frank Gerratana is a Principal in the Boston office of the top IP law firm in the country. His practice focuses on helping inventors obtain patents in electrical and computer technology, medical devices, and bioinformatics. He helps startups and established companies develop and manage their patent portfolios, including patent preparation and prosecution, due diligence, and general counseling. 

Frank Gerratana is a Principal in the Boston office of the top IP law firm in the country. His practice focuses on helping inventors obtain patents in electrical and computer technology, medical devices, and bioinformatics. He helps startups and established companies develop and manage their patent portfolios, including patent preparation and prosecution, due diligence, and general counseling. 

Dr. Una-May O'Reilly leads the AnyScale Learning for All (ALFA) group at the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence lab (CSAIL) at MIT. She is the author of over 100 academic papers and is the editor for Evolutionary Computation and action editor for Journal of Machine Learning Research.

Dr. Una-May O'Reilly leads the AnyScale Learning for All (ALFA) group at the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence lab (CSAIL) at MIT. She is the author of over 100 academic papers and is the editor for Evolutionary Computation and action editor for Journal of Machine Learning Research.