Gunderson Dettmer commemorates Hispanic Heritage Month during September 15th - October 15th, 2023.
Gunderson Dettmer and Pulley announce a cap table integration allowing Gunderson’s newly incorporated startups to have the relevant information from their formation documents automatically populate a Pulley cap table without requiring manual data entry.
The Securities and Exchange Commission adopts new private fund adviser rules and amendments under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940.
As we previously reported, the temporary pandemic-era flexibilities that had allowed employers to remotely verify and inspect new employees’ Forms I-9 and supporting documents officially ended July 31, 2023. Employers now have until August 30, 2023, to complete all mandatory inspections of employee Forms I-9 and supporting documents.
Fortunately, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has taken steps to ease the overall Form I-9 completion process.
First, on August 1, 2023, DHS published a simpler, streamlined version of the Form I-9.
ADWEEK quoted Katie Gardner in its article on The New York Times updating its terms of services to forbid the scraping of its content to train a machine learning or AI system.
The Legal 500 asked Katie Gardner, Cecilia Jeong and Laura Chao for an overview of Artificial Intelligence laws and regulations applicable in the United States.
Gunderson Dettmer Strategic Partner and Licensing partner Katie Gardner provided an update on new developments in the AI industry.
VentureBeat interviewed Katie Gardener for its “Freedom of choice? How recent Zoom AI policy changes betrayed consumer trust” article.
TechTarget interviewed Katie Gardner in its article on the cloud provider and the legal research giant plan to create points of integration within Word, Outlook and Teams, while minimizing the risks that come with LLMs.
Companies are increasingly using automation and artificial intelligence (“AI”) to identify and hire qualified candidates more efficiently, accurately, and objectively. In response, regulators and legislators are enacting laws and rules specifically addressing AI’s potential for bias and perceived lack of transparency and accountability.
The European Commission has approved the new EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework for transatlantic transfers, three years after the invalidation of its predecessor, the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield.
Bloomberg Law posted Natalie Pierce and Stephanie Goutos' article on why attorneys should deeply understand the ethical impacts of generative AI.
Digiday quoted Katie Gardner in its article on how the risk of copyright infringement remains a key concern with generative AI.
VentureBeat interviewed Katie Gardner in its article on data scraping practices in the name of training AI coming under attack.
Final rules, though less onerous than proposed, will require new and expanded quantitative and qualitative disclosures from public companies about repurchases of their equity securities, including quarterly reporting of daily share repurchase activity, and company Rule 10b5-1 trading plans
Calendar-year-end U.S. domestic issuers (including EGCs and SRCs) must comply with the new disclosure requirements starting with their next Form 10-K for any share repurchases made in the fourth quarter of 2023
The Washington Post interviewed Katie Gardner on OpenAI's recent lawsuit.
The CLS Blue Sky Blog posted Natalie Pierce and Stephanie Goutos' article on the legal industry being on the brink of transformative change driven by the power of generative artificial intelligence (GAI) technologies such as ChatGPT.
Policies would claw back incentive-based compensation erroneously received by covered executives in fiscal periods ending on or after October 2, 2023
The FutureWork Playbook podcast season 4 finale is out now. Listen to season 4 episode 5, “Reshaping ESG: A Conversation on the Business Case for Mental Health Initiatives,” here.
Last month, the Irish Data Protection Commission (“DPC”) issued a highly-anticipated decision in a multi-year enforcement action against Meta Ireland (“Meta”) stemming from Meta’s transfers of personal data from the European Economic Area (“EEA”) to the U.S. The decision directs Meta to stop transferring personal data from the EEA to the U.S. and cease processing personal data of EEA residents unlawfully.
The first half of 2023 has seen a steady stream of new and proposed laws and regulations regarding non-competition provisions in employment agreements, both at the federal and state level. This client alert highlights several recent noteworthy developments in this area.
SSRN posted Natalie Pierce and Stephanie Goutos' article on why law firms must embrace generative AI.
Following the long-awaited announcement that the federal COVID-19 public health emergency has officially come to an end, there’s a major shift on the horizon for the process of onboarding employees.
The FutureWork Playbook podcast episode 4, “Metrics Matter: A Look at Novata’s ESG Platform to Inform Governance,” is out now.
Gunderson Dettmer commemorates Pride Month by honoring the community and providing resources and events to our firm, clients and industry.
Gunderson Dettmer partner Aaron Fiske and Synopsys general manager Phil Odence hosted a discussion on the potential business and legal issues associated with using generative AI in software development.
Gunderson Dettmer's FutureWork Playbook episode 3, “Investing in People and Performance: How to Put the “S” in ESG,” is out now.
Gunderson Dettmer partners Alexa Belonick and Andrew Thorpe hosted a discussion on governance considerations for late-stage companies as part of a post-IPO Summit series of workshops.
Gunderson Dettmer commemorates Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month in May 2023 and honors the traditions of AAPI cultures by providing resources and events to our firm, clients and industry.
Gunderson Dettmer partners Ryan Gunderson and Jeff Thacker hosted a discussion on the benefits and considerations of raising capital from crossover funds as part of a post- IPO Summit series of workshops.
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