For lawyers and procurement professionals familiar with tech transactions looking to license AI/ML technologies on behalf of their clients, this presentation contains a brief introduction to AI/ML technologies, an exploration of special risks related to these technologies, commonly negotiated license provisions, and risk mitigation measures.
On October 8, 2021, Governor Newsom signed Assembly Bill (“AB”) 333, the “STEP Forward Act,” into law. (2021 Cal. Legis. Serv. Ch. 699 (AB 333), subd. (g).) AB 333 significantly reformed California’s gang laws and sought to reduce their scope and disparate impact on communities of color.
Join us for Anatomy of a Trial, taking place October 13 in Oakland and October 27 in Los Angeles.
Lawyers have been passing down bad writing habits from generation to generation. In this program, the “CLE Performer” Stuart Teicher, Esq. teaches a new, more concise way of persuasive legal writing — a paradigm he calls the “Surgical Strike.” Stuart explains how lawyers can make their writings clear, concise, and direct by using Plain English.
This program discusses how the California Supreme Court’s July 17, 2023, ruling in Adolph v. Uber Technologies impacts claims under the California Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA).
With the launch of ChatGPT4, many dispute resolution professionals have become paranoid about artificial intelligence replacing them. What if AI learns to play the role of mediator or arbitrator, for a penny a case? How can we compete with algorithms that never sleep, speak 100 languages, and can read a million cases in an afternoon? Are we destined to become obsolete relics, just waiting around to be upgraded to a better model?
Join the CLA delegation to Japan for visits with Osaka Bar Association, Dai-Ichi Tokyo Bar Association, and Kanagawa Bar Association.
Estate, gift, and generation-skipping transfer tax rules are complex and vary depending upon the residency of the taxpayer.
This program will address the Supreme Court’s decision in Groff v DeJoy: a generational change in the law of religious accommodation. Come listen to plaintiff and management perspectives on the changes wrought by this decision.
Interested in working in the public sector? This free webinar will be a panel discussion with two attorneys that now work in the public sector – one with the County of Orange and one with the 4th District Court of Appeal. Among other things, in this discussion, the panelists will be asked questions about: