This week, we’re mapping out how Local Law 144 applies to every employer with employees in New York City using artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, or a similar computational process to screen candidates for employment or employees for promotion within the city.

New York City Employers Prepare for AI Bias Law

Recent advances in AI technology dominate the headlines, and New York City employers are preparing for a first-of-its-kind law to regulate the use of automated employment decision tools. Epstein Becker Green attorney Nathaniel M. Glasser has more about the law, which will be effective April 15.

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The NLRB Finds Unlawful Confidentiality and Non-Disparagement Provisions in Severance Agreements: Non-Disparagement, Non-Disclosure, Non-Allowed
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Susan Gross Sholinsky, Steven M. Swirsky, Neresa A. De Biasi, Ashley Krezmien, Erin E. Schaefer

Supreme Court’s Helix Energy Solutions Group Decision Clarifies Salary-Basis Test for Highly Compensated Employees
Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Francesco A. DeLuca

Abortion-Related Time Off After Dobbs: How the Family and Medical Leave Act and Other Laws Might Apply
Insight
Frank C. Morris, Jr.; Susan Gross Sholinsky; Jennifer Barna; Mason Gardner

Seattle Becomes First U.S. City to Ban Caste Discrimination
Workforce Bulletin
Lori A. Medley

Proposed Amendments Clarify Reach of Upcoming New York State Pay Transparency Law to Remote Workers
Workforce Bulletin
Marc A. Mandelman, Nancy Gunzenhauser Popper, Lucas Peterhans

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