Long Term Care and Senior Living Industry Practice Co-Leader Jo-Ann Marchica was quoted by McKnights Senior Living discussing the potential risks and rewards of incorporating artificial intelligence (AI) in the senior living industry.
Definitive Legal Guide for Industries Navigating AI
Artificial intelligence promises to transform the way we live and work and its impact will undoubtedly stretch to every business sector across the globe. This next generation of technology brings exciting possibilities and unknown legal risks.
Partner Eric Fishman was quoted by Legal Sports Report discussing the varying state regulations for daily fantasy sports (DFS) and the potential for increased enforcement actions in the industry.
California regulators have cleared Cruise LLC and Waymo LLC to offer San Francisco customers rides in self-driving vehicles at any time of day.
AI, Metaverse, and Blockchain Practice Co-Leader Dan Jasnow was quoted by Law360 regarding the recent wave of copyright lawsuits affecting various artificial intelligence (AI) developers, including two that involve claims that AI systems are being trained using copyright-protected images.
Car sellers and car buyers confronted a whole host of challenges in the pandemic, and now it’s clear that some of the challenges are here to stay. ‘Normal is not our benchmark anymore.’
ArentFox Schiff’s Franchise and Distribution Practice Leader Ann MacDonald was quoted by Bloomberg Law on the relationship between franchisors and franchisees, as the U.S. Court of the Appeals for the First Circuit heard oral argument in Patel v. 7-Eleven.
ArentFox Schiff Chairman Anthony V. Lupo was quoted in an in-depth case study, “The Complete Playbook for Generative AI in Fashion,” by Business of Fashion about the opportunities and risks artificial intelligence (AI) brings to the fashion industry.
Partner Joanne Faycurry discussed the potential consequences of Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan’s proposed legislation that would raise tax rates on certain types of properties to reduce blighted properties and promote development.
Ola Källenius says Mercedes-Benz will own the future of luxury electric cars; investing $45 billion to shift all of the brand’s powertrains to electric by 2030.
Partner J. Michael Showalter was quoted on the US Supreme Court ruling in Haaland v. Brackeen, which upheld the Indian Child Welfare Act.
ArentFox Schiff’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Committee Co-Chair and Partner Sailesh Patel was quoted by Chicago Lawyer about the firm’s post-merger DEI initiatives.
Partner J. Michael Showalter spoke with the Associated Press about the US Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) decision not to test its Title VI authority in a recent case involving a predominantly Black community exposed to toxic chemicals in Louisiana.
Partner D. Reed Freeman was quoted on the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) expanding enforcement of the Health Breach Notification Rule, which governs how health apps and similar technologies use and share consumers’ health information.
Mercedes-Benz USA received approval to be the first company to sell to consumers in California vehicles equipped with an automated driving system.
Partner Angela Santos discussed the differences between Canada and the US in enforcing the ban on goods made with forced labor, noting that the US has been more aggressive in its approach.
Canada Legal Practice Leader Riyaz Dattu was quoted on new regulations affecting the Mexican mining industry, highlighting the legal challenges these individual mining companies face.
Partner J. Michael Showalter was quoted on the US Supreme Court's ruling in Sackett v. EPA, highlighting the court’s recent rejection of the established “significant nexus” test, under which federal agencies could regulate wetlands that were ecologically connected to navigable waters.
Partner Malcolm McNeil spoke with Marijuana Business Daily about how the cannabis industry has turned to real estate sale-leaseback transactions to address the lack of outside financing.
Ford executives provided highlights of what to expect from the 120-year-old automaker, ranging from where costs will be cut to how profits will be generated apart from car sales, in the first major in-person Capital Markets Day event since 2016.
"Why Aren’t There More Patent Cases Pending, Considering the Size of the Biosimilar Pipeline?"
Partner Kevin Nelson shared his insight on the current state of biosimilar patent litigation and regulatory proceedings, and new challenges facing drug manufacturers in bringing biosimilar products to market.
Partner J. Michael Showalter was quoted on the potential outcome of the eventual US Supreme Court ruling in Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo that could overturn the Chevron deference doctrine, which allows federal agencies to interpret statutes as they see fit.
Chairman Anthony V. Lupo was featured in Vogue Business on the use of generative artificial intelligence (AI) in the fashion industry.