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AI in the Workplace: Navigating Compliance Considerations and Planning for the Future


Date: May 23, 2024

In this session we will explored:

  • Recent developments in AI-related laws
  • The current state of laws regarding AI decision-making tools in the workplace
  • How to avoid employment discrimination when using AI decision-making tools
  • The EEOC’s Enforcement Agenda concerning AI decision-making tools
  • New York City Local Law 144 – a potential framework for regulation
  • Emerging case law
  • AI in the employee benefits context
  • Best practices for integrating AI into your workplace


Michelle is an accomplished employee benefits and executive compensation lawyer with more than 25 years of experience advising clients on ERISA, benefits, and executive compensation matters, including in connection with corporate transactions.

Corbin Carter


Corbin Carter is a solution-oriented employment counselor and litigator who guides clients through all aspects of the employment lifecycle. Corbin’s practice covers everything from offering day-to-day employment advice and compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws, to leading the management-side defense and prosecution of various employment-related claims at the trial and appellate level.
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Evan M. Piercey


Evan M. Piercey is an Associate at Mintz who litigates employment disputes before state and federal courts and administrative agencies. He also advises clients on a range of issues, including employment agreements and compliance with employment laws.