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U.S. Agencies Issue Pledge to Investigate AI Development and Use

The number of federal agencies that have joined the pledge and the scope of regulatory and enforcement priorities outlined in the joint statement are the strongest signals yet from the federal government that it intends to proactively monitor and regulate use cases of AI.

Client Alert | April 11, 2024

Artificial intelligence and the GDPR

Paris partner Ahmed Baladi and associate Thomas Baculard are the authors of "Artificial intelligence and the GDPR" [PDF] published by Financier Worldwide in its April 2024 issue. 

Article | April 3, 2024

Lawdragon Names Eleven Partners Among its 2024 100 Leading AI & Legal Tech Advisors

Lawdragon named 11 Gibson Dunn partners to its 2024 100 Leading AI & Legal Tech Advisors list, which highlights “100 stellar players who capture the state of artificial intelligence in the law today, with a side of interesting legal tech.”

Firm News | March 15, 2024

GDPR at 5 – Episode 4 – GDPR and AI

Co-Chair of our Privacy, Cybersecurity and Data Innovation Practice Group, Ahmed Baladi (Paris), is joined by partners Robert Spano (London and Paris) and Vivek Mohan (Palo Alto), Co-Chairs of Gibson Dunn’s Artificial Intelligence Practice Group, for a discussion about the interplay between AI and the processing of personal data.

GDPR at 5 | March 8, 2024

Artificial Intelligence Review and Outlook – 2024

Our lawyers review the AI landscape in 2023 and share their outlook for 2024.

Client Alert | February 8, 2024

Cos. Should Plan Now For Extensive EU Data Act Obligations

Brussels Managing Director Nicholas Banasevic, London and Paris partner Robert Spano and Brussels associate Ciara O'Gara are the authors of "Cos. Should Plan Now For Extensive EU Data Act Obligations" published by Law360 on February 1, 2024.

Article | February 1, 2024

Using Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence for Public Disclosures

Our lawyers describe how companies can harness data analytics technology to enhance compliance around their corporate financial and sustainability disclosures.

Client Alert | January 17, 2024

Webcasts: Gibson Dunn’s Annual California MCLE Blitz – 2024

Key practitioners from our Los Angeles, Orange County, San Francisco, Washington, D.C. and Palo Alto offices hosted Gibson Dunn’s annual complimentary MCLE briefing which provides 8.0 hours of CLE credit, including specialty subjects such as Ethics, Elimination of Bias, and Competence Issues.

Webcasts | January 16, 2024

A Green Light for EU AI Act

London and Paris partner Robert Spano, Washington, D.C. associate Emily Lamm and London associate Hayley Smith are the authors of "A Green Light for EU AI Act," [PDF] published by the Daily Journal on December 19, 2023.

Article | December 26, 2023

Practical Insights for Employers Using AI

In this article, originally published by Law360, we distill the array of major global AI developments to spotlight a narrow but vitally important area — practical insights for employers using AI in the workplace.

Client Alert | December 19, 2023

New York Department of Financial Services Finalizes Second Amendment to Cybersecurity Regulation

The New York Department of Financial Services has finalized the Second Amendment to its Cybersecurity Regulation.

Client Alert | December 18, 2023

The EU Agrees on a Path Forward for the AI Act

In a watershed moment for AI regulation, the European Union has agreed on a path forward for the AI Act.

Client Alert | December 14, 2023

Gibson Dunn Taps Paris/London Partner Robert Spano as a Co-Chair of its Artificial Intelligence Practice

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP is pleased to announce the appointment of Robert Spano, partner with the firm’s Paris and London offices, as Co-Chair of its Artificial Intelligence Practice Group.

Press Releases | December 11, 2023

In Three New Rules, BIS Continues Efforts to Reshape Global Semiconductor Supply Chains and the Future of Artificial Intelligence Training and Supercomputing

On October 17, 2023, the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security released three rules to update its export controls on advanced computing and semiconductor manufacturing items.

Client Alert | October 25, 2023

Webcast: Recent European Union ESG and AI Developments and the Impact on U.S. Businesses

Join leaders of our renowned ESG practice for a lively, informative and interactive discussion about recent European Union ESG and AI developments and the impact on U.S. businesses.

Webcasts | October 24, 2023

AI in Employment: Privacy Regulation Is Here

The role of artificial intelligence (AI) in employment is a burgeoning area with daily developments that must be carefully monitored. Amidst all the buzz around automation in the workplace, privacy regulations have emerged as yet another piece of the employment puzzle.

Client Alert | September 8, 2023

Gauging The Scope Of NYC’s New AI Employment Law

New York partner Harris Mufson, New York of counsel Justin DiGennaro and Washington, D.C. associate Emily Lamm are the authors of "Gauging The Scope Of NYC's New AI Employment Law" published by Law360 on August 31, 2023.

Article | September 5, 2023

Senate Judiciary Committee Seeks Guidance on Effective AI Regulation

The U.S. Senate’s Judiciary Committee is seeking guidance on effective AI regulation.

Client Alert | August 25, 2023

Vivek Mohan Named a Top Lawyer Under 40 in Silicon Valley

The Silicon Valley Business Journal named Vivek Mohan to its 2023 40 Under 40 list, featuring “executives that have shaped the Bay Area —and are paving the way for what comes next.”

Firm News | August 21, 2023

Mitigating AI Cybersecurity Risks From The Top Down

Los Angeles partner Eric Vandevelde is the co-author of "Mitigating AI Cybersecurity Risks From The Top Down" published by Law360 on August 4, 2023. 

Article | August 9, 2023

New York Department of Financial Services Proposes Updated Second Amendment to Cybersecurity Regulation

On June 28, 2023, the New York Department of Financial Services published a Revised Proposed Second Amendment to its Part 500 Cybersecurity Rules.

Client Alert | August 3, 2023

White House announces commitments by leading companies to responsible development of AI technology

Palo Alto partner Vivek Mohan and associates Evan Kratzer and Wesley Sze are the authors of "White House announces commitments by leading companies to responsible development of AI technology" published by the Daily Journal on July 21, 2023. 

Article | July 28, 2023

NYC’s Artificial Intelligence Law: Key Takeaways From Newly Released FAQs

The New York City Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (the “DCWP”) released Frequently Asked Questions (“FAQ”) regarding New York City’s Local Law 144, which went into effect on July 5, 2023.

Client Alert | July 7, 2023

European Parliament Adopts Its Negotiating Position on the EU AI Act

Gibson Dunn lawyers provide context to the European Parliament voting to adopt its own negotiating position on the AI Act, which provides a coordinated European regulatory approach on the human and ethical implications of AI.

Client Alert | June 21, 2023

“Oversight of AI: Rules for Artificial Intelligence” and “Artificial Intelligence in Government” Hearings

Gibson Dunn lawyers summarize and analyze the U.S. Senate hearings on May 16, 2023 debating potential Congressional oversight of artificial intelligence.

Client Alert | June 6, 2023

An Employer’s Overview of AI Legislation in 5 Jurisdictions

Writing for Law360, Jason Schwartz, Naima Farrell and Emily Lamm discuss rapidly-changing artificial intelligence laws in five jurisdictions.

Client Alert | May 31, 2023

Keeping Up with the EEOC: AI Focus Heats Up with Title VII Guidance

Gibson Dunn lawyers discuss the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s guidance on ensuring that automated employment decision-making systems and Artificial Intelligence tools do not cause bias or discrimination against certain applicants or current employees.

Client Alert | May 23, 2023

Federal Policymakers’ Recent Actions Seek to Regulate AI

Gibson Dunn lawyers review efforts by U.S. lawmakers to regulate the use of artificial intelligence in a variety of settings.

Client Alert | May 19, 2023

What Employers Should Know About Proposed Calif. AI Regs

California is positioning itself as a key regulator of AI in employment, and with proposals focused on governing automated decision-making tools, our lawyers share five key points for employers.

Client Alert | April 13, 2023

CHIPS Act Update: U.S. Department of Commerce Provides Guidance for Funding Pre-Applications

The U.S. Department of Commerce has provided guidance on the application process for the first funding opportunity of the CHIPS Act, and critical elements of a successful pre-application.

Client Alert | April 12, 2023

Gibson Dunn Adds Of Counsel Christopher Rosina in New York

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP is pleased to announce that Christopher Rosina has joined the firm’s New York office as an of counsel.

Press Releases | March 28, 2023

Keeping Up with the EEOC: 5 Takeaways from its Algorithm Rewriting Settlement

Gibson Dunn lawyers share updates for employers on issues surrounding automated programming in job search websites.

Client Alert | March 23, 2023

10 Evolving AI Compliance Considerations for Employers

Writing for Law360, Cassandra Gaedt-Sheckter and Emily Lamm discuss 10 AI and privacy considerations for employers who are currently or are contemplating using automated tools in the employment lifecycle.

Client Alert | March 2, 2023

NIST Releases First Version of AI Risk Management Framework

Gibson Dunn lawyers discuss the recent release of the National Institute for Standards and Technology's Artificial Intelligence Risk Management Framework.

Client Alert | January 27, 2023

Artificial Intelligence and Automated Systems 2022 Legal Review

Our lawyers review the past year's major legal matters relating to AI and automated systems.

Client Alert | January 25, 2023

Webcasts: Gibson Dunn’s Annual California MCLE Marathon – 2023

Watch a selection of webcasts from Gibson Dunn's MCLE Blitz 2023.

Webcasts | January 12, 2023

Artificial Intelligence and Automated Systems Legal Update (3Q22)

Gibson Dunn lawyers provide an overview of regulatory and policy developments related to Artificial Intelligence and Automated Systems during the third quarter of 2022. 

Client Alert | November 17, 2022

Cassandra Gaedt-Sheckter Named Among California’s Women Leaders in Tech Law

The Recorder named Palo Alto partner Cassandra Gaedt-Sheckter to its 2022 Women Leaders in Tech Law list, which honors “the top women attorneys whose recent achievements have contributed to progress at technology companies and in the law.”

Firm News | October 31, 2022

Cassandra Gaedt-Sheckter Named to Silicon Valley Business Journal 40 Under 40

The Silicon Valley Business Journal named Palo Alto partner Cassandra Gaedt-Sheckter to its 2022 40 Under 40 list, which honors “tremendously impressive young professionals, doing truly ground-breaking work.”

Firm News | August 15, 2022

Artificial Intelligence and Automated Systems Legal Update (2Q22)

The second quarter of 2022 saw U.S. federal lawmakers and agencies focus on draft legislation and guidance aimed at closing the gap to the EU with respect to addressing risks in the development and use of AI systems, in particular risks related to algorithmic bias and discrimination.  The American Data Privacy and Protection Act, the bipartisan federal privacy bill introduced to the U.S. House in June 2022, marks a major step towards a comprehensive national privacy framework, and companies should take particular note of its inclusion of mandated algorithmic impact assessments.

Client Alert | August 10, 2022

Insights And Omissions From Calif. Privacy Rules Draft

Palo Alto partner Cassandra Gaedt-Sheckter, New York partner Alexander Southwell, and Denver partner Ryan Bergsieker are the authors of "Insights And Omissions From Calif. Privacy Rules Draft" published by Law360 on July 8, 2022.

Article | July 12, 2022

Artificial Intelligence and Automated Systems Legal Update (1Q22)

Our 1Q22 Artificial Intelligence and Automated Systems Legal Update examines policy developments within the U.S. and EU that may be of interest to domestic and international companies alike.

Client Alert | May 5, 2022

2021 Artificial Intelligence and Automated Systems Annual Legal Review

Gibson Dunn lawyers examine a number of the most significant developments from 2021 affecting companies as they navigate the evolving AI and autonomous systems landscape.

Client Alert | January 20, 2022

Webcast: Economic Espionage and Intellectual Property Theft: Trends and Developments with Threats and Enforcement

In this webcast, an experienced team of national security, cyber-crime, and litigation practitioners at Gibson Dunn will share their experiences in investigating and defending companies that fall victim to theft of their trade secrets, and highlight a number of notable recent criminal prosecutions under the Economic Espionage Act and related statutes.

Webcasts | September 23, 2021

Artificial Intelligence and Automated Systems Legal Update (2Q21)

Gibson Dunn lawyers provide an overview of regulatory and policy developments related to Artificial Intelligence and Automated Systems (“AI”) during the second quarter of 2021. 

Client Alert | August 11, 2021

Artificial Intelligence and Automated Systems Legal Update (1Q21)

Our 1Q21 Artificial Intelligence and Automated Systems Legal Update focuses on critical regulatory efforts related to AI and automated systems, and also examines other key developments within the U.S. and Europe that may be of interest to domestic and international companies alike. 

Client Alert | April 23, 2021

Fourth Quarter and 2020 Annual Review of Artificial Intelligence and Automated Systems

Gibson Dunn lawyers examine a number of the most significant developments affecting companies as they navigate the evolving AI and autonomous systems landscape.

Client Alert | January 29, 2021

United States: Artificial Intelligence 2021

Palo Alto partner H. Mark Lyon and associate Cassandra L. Gaedt-Sheckter and Los Angeles associate Frances A. Waldmann are the authors of “United States: Artificial Intelligence,” [PDF] published in the Global Data Review Insight Handbook 2021 in December 2020.

Publications | January 22, 2021

Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (“CAVs”) Legal Update: U.S. Department of Transportation Seeks Public Comment on Automated Driving System Safety Principles

On November 19, 2020, the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced that it is seeking public comment on the potential development of a framework of principles to govern the safe behavior of automated driving systems for use in connected and autonomous vehicles.

Client Alert | November 25, 2020

Artificial Intelligence and Automated Systems Legal Update (3Q20)

The third quarter of 2020 saw a noticeable surge in Artificial Intelligence (“AI”)-related regulatory and policy proposals. The European Union (“EU”) has emerged as a pacesetter in AI regulation, taking significant steps towards a long-awaited comprehensive and coordinated regulation of AI at EU level—evidence of the European Commission’s (the “Commission”) ambition to exploit the potential of the EU’s internal market and position itself as a major player in sustainable technological innovation.

Client Alert | November 5, 2020