By Isha Marathe | September 22, 2023
Many legal tech panels on generative artificial intelligence are still dominated by a homogenous group: white men. It's a glimpse into the more insidious barriers that stand in the way of women tech founders fighting to make it in the industry.
By Aleeza Furman | September 22, 2023
"If this kind of margin goes, then truly anything goes," Reed Smith's James Beck said.
By Brian Lee | September 22, 2023
The requirement of third-party auditing for bias means enactment of the bill will come at a cost for employers, but the end result could be a net gain for them in many respects. including equality and incluision, said a labor and employment attorney. Others viewed the bill as overly sweeping.
By Thomas Spigolon | September 22, 2023
"The sheer volume of new legislation, combined with the fact that regulations addressing the same topic are not always consistent with one another, creates a massive compliance burden for employers," said Shannon Meade, executive director of the Littler Mendelson's Workplace Policy Institute.
By Kristie Rearick | September 22, 2023
Coming off of a year that had somewhat positive numbers for several key compensation metrics in Pennsylvania, in 2022 things took a slight negative turn. Some small dips and some steady numbers were reported for the highest-paid GCs in the state.
By ALM Regional Brand Editors | September 22, 2023
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By Dan Roe | September 22, 2023
With no standardized method of rewarding origination outside the partnership at most Big Law firms, associates are hoping for a change that benefits them if they manage to land a new client or two.
By Cassandre Coyer | September 21, 2023
While blockchain-related law firm practices are still expanding, blockchain may have lost some of its development potential in the eyes of some lawyers.
By Hugo Guzman | September 21, 2023
Unity Technologies and Zoom learned how quickly a loyal customer base can revolt.
By Marianna Wharry | September 21, 2023
"Management of AI-related risks is currently one of the top challenges for businesses," said attorney Stephanie Goutos of Gunderson Dettmer Stough.
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