AI Talks series
AI + Employment
Cooley’s AI Talks series highlights multidisciplinary perspectives on artificial intelligence and showcases the firm’s subject matter knowledge on the intricacies – and complexities – of large language models, machine learning and AI technology. In this bespoke virtual series, Cooley lawyers discuss key legal and business issues arising from the rapid development, commercialization, and use of generative AI platforms and applications.
Session 5: AI + Employment
9:30 am PST // 12:30 pm EST // 5:30 pm GMT
This session will cover myriad issues related to employment counseling and litigation from an AI perspective in the US and the UK. We will discuss best practices associated with AI-powered tools, including compliance with laws and administrative guidance concerning the use of these tools in employment decisions and managing generative AI usage by employees to perform their jobs. As part of our examination of the use of AI in the hiring and promotion process, we also will discuss bellwether New York City Local Law 144, a first-of-its-kind law that prohibits the use of qualifying AI-powered tools for employment decision-making without conducting an annual bias audit, as well as complying with publication and notification requirements.
- Joseph Lockinger – Special counsel at Cooley
- Steven Zuckerman – Associate at Cooley
- Chris Stack – Partner at Cooley
Continuing legal education (CLE) credit is anticipated for this live event in the amount of 1.0 credit. Credit will not be granted for on-demand viewing.
Cooley LLP is an approved provider and may provide credit in CA, CO, IL, NY, PA and TX. Cooley LLP is a sponsor and may apply for credit in OH, VA and WA.
Outside of the US, Cooley provides certificates of attendance.
For specific CLE credit questions, please contact Cooley’s licensing and compliance team.