AI and Avoiding Ethical Jeopardy

Webinar (ET) - Annual Workforce Management Briefing

Seize the Decade: Using 2020 Vision to Shape Today's Workforce for Tomorrow

Epstein Becker Green's 39th Annual
Workforce Management Briefing

A Virtual Event Series Throughout October 2020

Join us as in-house counsel, human resources professionals, and Epstein Becker Green attorneys share best practices and address the latest employment, labor, and workforce management developments and what they mean for your workforce.

This year’s program has gone virtual! This new, reimagined format offers you the opportunity and flexibility to attend all sessions. We will include in-depth panels on the future of workforce planning and risk management, ethical considerations on people analytics and emerging apps, accessibility compliance in a COVID-19 world, and emerging issues in wage and hour law, among other topics.

Presenters will include general counsel and human resources professionals from such companies as Credit Suisse, Deloitte, Marsh & McLennan Companies, Spirent Communications, and more.

Virtual networking opportunities will also be offered as part of the programming. These intimate live roundtables will be a great chance to connect with your peers.

AI and Avoiding Ethical Jeopardy
(1.0 CLE Credit in Ethics and Professionalism (NY/CA))

Thursday, October 29, 2020
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. CT
/ 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. PT

Today, companies are increasingly turning to artificial intelligence (“AI”) to be more efficient and effective. Uses range from recruiting and selecting employees, managing productivity, and engaging employees and customers. With increased use comes a host of questions about whether these tools are appropriate for your company, and what issues capturing such information raises from both a data and an ethical standpoint. The legal firewalls, such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act ("HIPAA"), the General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR"), etc., are not the only considerations for in-house legal and HR teams to take into account, but they provide a framework for approaching the future of the workforce. To avoid getting lost in the details, People Analytics teams and the in-house counsel with whom they partner need guidance on how and if employers may ethically collect, analyze, and use this data. The speakers will discuss the questions and answers (and maybe answers in the form of questions) as to how AI affects what employers and their counsel may do ethically.


For questions about attending the briefing, please contact Alison Rifkin or Julie Choudhury.

For your convenience, below is a link to the webinar materials:

This virtual event was only available live and a recording is not available. 

Click here to learn more about the full Annual Briefing series.

CLE Credit
Epstein Becker Green is an accredited provider of New York Continuing Legal Education (CLE) and California CLE credit.* Each live presentation session offered has been approved for at least 1.0 hour of NY CLE credit and 1.0 hour of CA CLE credit, as noted in the program agenda. Each webinar program is transitional and appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys. In order to receive CLE credit, the registrant must be present for the entirety of each program, mark down any program verification codes, and sign the affirmation form provided. For questions on CLE for other states, please contact Gina Bucciero*Illinois CLE credit is pending.

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