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Ankit Shrivastava
As advances in cloud computing and AI have resulted in a tsunami of demand for data centers, it has never been more important to have the right provisions in your data center lease. This article identifies four key considerations to keep in mind as you negotiate a data center lease.
Pamela M. Deese, Matthew Berlin, Matthew L. Finkelstein*, Emily B. Lewis, Helenka B. Mietka, Yusef Abutouq
The rise and widespread use of generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) continues to have major implications in the entertainment and music industries, particularly in relation to intellectual property.
Hanna R. Dameron, Tracy L. McLaughlin, Kevin Matz
The integration of artificial intelligence (AI) has revolutionized various industries, offering efficiency, accuracy, and convenience.
Lee M. Caplan, Ucheora Onwuamaegbu*, Jodi Tai
Artificial intelligence (AI) is an emerging technology with the potential to effect profound changes in all areas of society, including dispute resolution.
Jeffrey E. Rummel, Adam D. Bowser
This latest Federal Communications Commission (FCC) action addressing artificial intelligence (AI) would, if adopted, aim to protect voters against deceptive information, including “deep fakes,” in political ads.
Anthony V. Lupo, Dan Jasnow, D. Reed Freeman Jr., Dan H. Renberg, Eric Sanchez, Oliver Spurgeon III*
The US Senate’s Bipartisan AI Policy Roadmap is a highly anticipated document expected to shape the future of artificial intelligence (AI) in the United States over the next decade.
Michelle A. Cooke, Eric Sanchez
As the federal government grapples with the complexities of comprehensive artificial intelligence (AI) regulation and competing agendas, several US states are taking matters into their own hands by computing their own solutions to the challenges posed by the rapid advancement of AI.
Andrew Baskin, Dan Jasnow, Nancy J. Puleo, Michael L. Stevens
The US Department of Labor (DOL) issued guidance this week on the impact of workplace artificial intelligence (AI) on federal labor and employment standards enforced by the Wage and Hour Division.
Jo-Ann Marchica, Mindy Pittell Hurwitz, Stephen Blake
With 2024 well underway, this article highlights some of the pressing legal issues impacting the long term care and senior housing industry this year, including trends affecting the industry and emerging issues industry participants likely will face throughout the rest of 2024 and beyond.
Aram Ordubegian, Kirsten A. Hart, Emily Cowley Leongini, Justin A. Goldberg, David P. Grosso, Christian M. McBurney, Anthony D. Peluso, Starshine S. Chun*, Tiffany O. Yadegar, Patrick Lai, Robert G. Edwards, Ph.D.
In an industry known for its fast-paced changes, 2024 will be no different for cannabis.
David P. Grosso, Starshine S. Chun*
The National Institute of Mental Health reported that 16.32% of youth (aged 12-17) in the District of Columbia (DC) experience at least one major depressive episode (MDE).
Michelle A. Cooke, Amy (Salomon) McFarland, Frederick J. Sperling, Chris L. Bollinger, Richard L. Brand, Kirstie Brenson, Danielle W. Bulger, Adam Diederich, Matthew L. Finkelstein*, D. Reed Freeman Jr., Dan Jasnow, Andrew Sevanian
With 2024 underway, our team highlights 10 of the most pressing legal issues facing the media and entertainment industry this year.
Jeffrey E. Rummel, Brooke M. Delaney
Consumer Advisory Committee Reinstated and Meeting Scheduled for April 4, 2024, on Heels of AI Robocall Ruling
D. Jacques Smith, Mattie Bowden, Rebekkah R.N. Stoeckler
Artificial intelligence and machine learning have revolutionized sectors across the globe. As industries embrace these technologies and a host of innovative ideas, however, heavily regulated industries will face an increasingly complex landscape of liability, regulation and enforcement.
D. Jacques Smith, Mattie Bowden, Rebekkah R.N. Stoeckler, Michelle J. Shapiro
On March 7, Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco delivered the keynote remarks at the American Bar Association’s (ABA) 39th National Institute on White Collar Crime.
Thomas M. Crispi, Michelle Mancino Marsh, Matthew R. Mills, Katia Asche, Lynn R. Fiorentino, Robert G. Edwards, Ph.D.
With 2024 underway, ArentFox Schiff highlights 10 of the most pressing legal issues facing the consumer products industry this year.
Cameron Custard, D. Reed Freeman Jr., Sean W. Glynn, David P. Grosso, Shira Helstrom, Dan Jasnow, Thorne Maginnis, Henry Morris, Jr., Brian D. Schneider
As 2024 gets underway, the nonprofit sector will continue to face new challenges in addition to grappling with ongoing challenges that continue to impact the sector.
Pamela M. Deese, Matthew Berlin, Yusef Abutouq, Emily B. Lewis
Following a marked increase in impersonation attempts using artificial intelligence (AI) – of both real and fictitious individuals – the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is seeking public comments on proposed changes to a recently finalized Trade Regulation Rule on Impersonation of Government and Businesses (Impersonation Regulation).
Richard L. Brand, Eric Fishman, Chris L. Bollinger, D. Reed Freeman Jr., Scott L. Gates, Justin A. Goldberg, Dan Jasnow, Amy (Salomon) McFarland, Stephen P. Hanson, Felicia A. Xu
The sports industry experienced a year of considerable change in 2023, presenting new opportunities for athletes, team owners, and corporate sponsors.
Shoshana Golden, Richard J. Berman
The top legal issues in 2024 for the life sciences field reflect the complex and changing legal landscape that the industry is navigating, encompassing drug pricing, regulatory challenges, and broader societal and governance concerns.
David P. Grosso, Michelle R. Bowling, Starshine S. Chun*, Brooke M. Delaney
Educational technology (EdTech) has long been used by educators as a way to support teaching and facilitate student learning using a wide range of digital tools, platforms, and resources designed to engage students and encourage innovation.
Thomas S. Brennan, Amal U. Dave, Emily B. Lewis, Evgeny Magidenko, Adam Diederich, Dan Jasnow, Daniel J. McQueen, Thorne Maginnis, Linda M. Jackson, Matthew F. Prewitt, D. Reed Freeman Jr.
2023 was a pivotal year for the emerging companies, creating new categories of winners and losers across the board. Emerging companies incorporating artificial intelligence or that have clear line of sight to positive cash flows gained significant traction.
Charles B. Ferguson, Jr., Kimberly A. Wachen, Ann H. MacDonald, D. Reed Freeman Jr., Darrell S. Gay, David Yearwood, Evgeny Magidenko, Christian M. McBurney, David M. Loring
After seemingly bouncing back from the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and related labor, supply chain, and governmental mandate issues, the hospitality industry experienced a year of volatility in 2023.
Jeffrey B. Tate , Robert R. Pluth, Christian M. McBurney, Philip S. English*, Olga Bogush, Evgeny Magidenko, Samantha Overly Patel, Rachel Scott*, Jivesh Khemlani
The 2024 election year promises to make taxes front-of-mind for many business and individual taxpayers.
Jay L. Halpern, Amal U. Dave, Emily B. Lewis, Adam Diederich, Daniel J. McQueen, Thorne Maginnis, Nicholas L. Collins, J. Michael Showalter, Dan Jasnow, Linda M. Jackson, Matthew F. Prewitt, Christine R.W. Quigley, D. Reed Freeman Jr.
2023 was a pivotal year for the beverage and food industry globally, creating new categories of winners and losers across the board. With a full year of operations largely relieved of pandemic-era restrictions, restaurant companies that survived the pandemic posted record numbers.