By Matthew G. White and Alexander F. Koskey | September 14, 2023
As the number of fraudulent attempts based on deepfake technologies continues to grow, financial institutions must become increasingly vigilant to protect themselves, their employees, and their customers. In this article, we will address several things financial institutions can do to prevent fraud associated with deepfake technologies.
By Gregory Gerstenzang and Peter Lando | September 6, 2023
It has been just over a year since President Biden signed the bipartisan CHIPS and Science Act into law, promising many things including new jobs, strengthened supply chains, and the revitalization of America's global position in the semiconductor industry, making up for ground lost over the last few decades to countries overseas.
By Jen Rubin and Narges Kakalia | August 31, 2023
Corporate counsel are well positioned to play a key role in focusing their companies on the case for DEI, whether premised on fundamental fairness, correcting for historical underrepresentation, or aligning with the shareholder goal of profitability.
By Suzanne Ganier | August 30, 2023
Not using legal bill review as a primary tool for cost containment is like trying to build a house without a hammer; you may be able to do it, but it's going to be a lot more difficult.
By Mason Lawlor | August 24, 2023
Ankura Consulting Group says voice-cloning using AI only requires about a five-minute sample of a person's voice.
By Lin Cherry and Alyssa Levy | August 24, 2023
Alyssa Levy, a first-year corporate associate with Sidley Austin talks to Lin Cherry, Chief Talent Experience Officer at the technology services company, Wizeline, on why it's important for organizations to advance DE&I as well as some small but powerful steps any organization can take.
By Tom Woods and Corey Day | August 22, 2023
In this article we address the perils in online contracting and how to protect against them.
By Mark G. McCreary | August 21, 2023
Often OCGs contain privacy and data security obligations that do not match the reality of practicing law and servicing a client. These obligations often come from an IT department or compliance professional who goes to extreme lengths to ensure they cannot be blamed if there is a data incident. This attitude and approach have created an OCG problem for law firms.
By Julie Savarino | August 18, 2023
How can in-house counsel and technology transfer professionals work together to increase innovations and revenues?
By Peter M. Gillon and Tamara D. Bruno | August 16, 2023
Companies starting to incorporate generative AI into their business operations – or whose employees may be using it – should evaluate those exposures and their existing insurance programs to identify and address any gaps in coverage.
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