artificial intelligence

By Kyle D. Winnick and Howard M. Wexler

Seyfarth Synopsis: On April 29, 2024, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division released a Field Assistance Bulletin addressing the application of the Fair Labor Standards Act to use of artificial intelligence and other automated systems in the workplace.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is seemingly ubiquitous.  By 2025, half of Human

Continue Reading DOL Issues Guidance on Wage-Hour Risk Posed by Artificial Intelligence

By Rachel V. See and Annette Tyman

Seyfarth Synopsis: The Acting Director of OFCCP and the Solicitor of Labor indicated that they are moving full speed ahead on developing guidance regarding employers’ use of artificial intelligence, and that the Department of Labor is working on a “broader value-based document” that contains “principles and best practices” for both employers using AI

Continue Reading Department of Labor, Including OFCCP, Continues Work on Guidance and “Promising Practices” Regarding Artificial Intelligence

Seyfarth Synopsis: Seyfarth’s Commercial Litigation practice group is pleased to present the fourth annual installment of the Commercial Litigation Outlook, which provides insights on litigation issues and trends to expect in 2024. Since its inaugural publication in 2020, Seyfarth’s Commercial Litigation Outlook has served as a beacon for legal professionals, providing invaluable insights and forecasting emerging trends. 

2024 promises

Continue Reading 2024 Commercial Litigation Outlook and Webinar Series

By Adam R. YoungA. Scott HeckerDaniel R. BirnbaumJames L. Curtis, and Craig B. Simonsen

Seyfarth Synopsis: Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), and Artificial Intelligence (AI) have become increasing factors in construction and general industry workplaces, creating not only potential safety hazards employers must address, but also opportunities for businesses to modernize and improve

Continue Reading A Brave New World: How to Manage Safety Hazards From Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), and Artificial Intelligence (AI)

By Owen R. WolfeEddy Salcedo, and Jamie L. Anderson

Seyfarth Synopsis: We previously wrote about the widely-publicized Southern District of New York case involving lawyers who submitted papers citing non-existent cases generated by the artificial intelligence program ChatGPT, Mata v. Avianca, Inc.  The judge overseeing the matter held a lengthy, and tense, hearing on June 8

Continue Reading Update on the ChatGPT Case: Counsel Who Submitted Fake Cases Are Sanctioned

By Owen Wolfe, Eddy Salcedo, and Jamie Anderson

Seyfarth Synopsis: You may have recently seen press reports about lawyers who filed and submitted papers to the federal district court for the Southern District of New York that included citations to cases and decisions that, as it turned out, were wholly made up; they did not exist.  The lawyers

Continue Reading Legal Update: Use of ChatGPT in Federal Litigation Holds Lessons for Lawyers and Non-Lawyers Everywhere

By Andrew L. Scroggins and Alex W. Karasik

Seyfarth Synopsis:  While businesses have shifted their operations to digital platforms over the last few decades, the COVID-19 pandemic has greatly accelerated the transformation of the workplace. One area where employers have looked to increase the efficiency of their hiring processes is through the use of artificial intelligence. The EEOC has been

Continue Reading A Look Into The Future: EEOC Announces Artificial Intelligence Initiative