Hugh Marbury, co-chair of Cozen O'Connor’s Copyright Practice and resident in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, has been named to the Board of Advisors for the Common Crawl Foundation.
Common Crawl is a California-based nonprofit that maintains the world’s largest repository of web crawl data for exploration and analysis, having been cited in more than 8,000 research papers. Containing more than 240 billion web pages collected over 16 years, Common Crawl’s dataset is also the primary training corpus for every Large Language Model (LLM) like Open AI’s ChatGPT, Google’s Bard, and Meta’s Llama. Common Crawl makes this rich resource free to the public and academics around the world. They level the playing field by making wholesale extraction, transformation, and analysis of web data cheap and easy.
Hugh focuses his law practice on intellectual property and business litigation. His intellectual property litigation practice includes patent, copyright, and trade secret litigation in diverse technological areas across many industries. His business litigation practice focuses on Complex Commercial and M&A litigation, primarily in Delaware courts. With two and a half decades of experience handling complex issues in courtrooms and boardrooms across the country, Hugh provides his insights in support of several large non-profits, including the Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University, the American Law Institute, and the Living Classrooms Foundation for the National Capital Region.
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