ArentFox Schiff Chief Innovation Officer Ed Macnamara was quoted by Legaltech News discussing the potential of generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) in the legal field, suggesting that while some firms may use it to enhance efficiency, most will likely adopt a cautious approach in 2024 while waiting for further technological advancements.
Partner D. Reed Freeman was quoted by Legaltech News discussing the Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) future privacy initiatives, including proposed rulemaking, revised rules for children's online privacy protection, and an increased focus on sensitive personal information.
Chairman Anthony V. Lupo was quoted by Quartz about the concerns of the authentication practices of resellers.
Health Care Practice Leader Douglas Grimm was quoted by Healthcare IT Today discussing the increasing use of artificial intelligence (AI) in health care.
Chairman and Fashion & Retail Law Industry Team Leader Anthony V. Lupo was quoted on the industry reaction to the Fashion Sustainability and Social Accountability Act.
Partner Ross Panko was quoted on the major trademark trends attorneys anticipate could impact matters in 2024.
AI, Metaverse & Blockchain Industry Group Co-Leader Dan Jasnow was quoted by Law360 discussing the legal challenges that could define the landscape of artificial intelligence (AI) and copyright law in 2024.
Partner Michael Fainberg was quoted by Managing IP discussing the challenges and additional costs associated with Section 101 in patent prosecution, and how firms can assist clients in mitigating these extra expenses.
Sales of battery-electric vehicles (EVs) in the U.S. may have climbed above the one million unit mark this year but there's evidence they're stalled at base camp rather than sprinting to new sales summits.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer rights have a complex history worldwide. Of the numerous countries that have restricted LGBTQ+ rights (see sidebar), Uganda is arguably the most repressive.
New York state is poised to enact a radical change to its employment laws: the elimination of all noncompetition agreements. A sweeping bill passed by the state Legislature in June 2023 now awaits signature from Governor Kathy Hochul, who is considering the measure. Although well-intentioned, this legislation is deeply misguided. The governor would be wise to reject it.
Recently, there has been an ever-increasing trend of companies utilizing “bring your own device” (BYOD) policies that permit employees to use their own personal devices, such as smartphones, tablets, or laptops, for work purposes.
Megan (Woodward) Daily was profiled by Washington Lawyer magazine on her ongoing dedication to pro bono work, specifically with the Nonprofit and Small Business Legal Assistance Programs at the DC Bar Pro Bono Center.
AI, Metaverse & Blockchain Industry Group Co-Leader Dan Jasnow discussed the new tentative agreement between the SAG-AFTRA and AMPTP that safeguards protections for actors surrounding the use of artificial intelligence and the replication of their voice and likeness using tools like CGI.
Costs to clean up environmentally affected real estate have continued to increase.
On September 12, 2023, the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology, and the Law convened a hearing to discuss potential legislation focused on AI models, the third in a series of hearings by the subcommittee analyzing issues in AI oversight. A key discussion topic was the Bipartisan Framework for US AI Act introduced by Senators Richard Blumenthal and Josh Hawley.

The sports industry has been a leader in innovation and technological advancements. It has been nearly two decades since “Moneyball” revolutionized MLB by introducing data-driven analytics. Consistent with its role as a leader, the business of professional sports is likely to undergo (and is, in fact, already undergoing) profound changes because of the rise of AI.
Partner Allan Horwich was featured on the American Health Law Association (AHLA) podcast, Speaking of Health Law, where he discussed insider trading in the clinical trial setting.
Partner Michael Rubin was quoted by The Boston Globe discussing the growth and visibility of corporate signage on Boston's skyline.
Beware not only of “hallucinations,” but inadvertent disclosure of proprietary info and copyright protection as well.
When an employer discharges an employee, California Labor Code, Section 201(a), provides that "the wages earned and unpaid at the time of discharge are due and payable immediately."
ArentFox Schiff’s Chairman Anthony Lupo, AI, Metaverse & Blockchain Industry Group Co-Leader Dan Jasnow, along with Associates Felicia Xu and Emily Caylor, have co-authored an article for Retail Leader on the transformative impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on the fashion industry.
Imagine a future where consumers could have their minds read, to tell the tale of how and why they buy goods and services, or even how they think about political decisions.
Andrew Dykens was quoted by Life Risk News discussing the impact of Columbus Life Insurance Co. v. Wells Fargo Bank N.A., a recent North Carolina court decision, on the life settlement industry and what it means for investors in the sector.
For better or worse, generative artificial intelligence (AI) is already transforming the way we live and work. Within two months of its initial release to the public, ChatGPT reached 100 million monthly active users, making it the fastest-growing consumer application in history.