Artificial intelligence is changing the way companies interact with their employees. HuntonAK’s new Labor and Employment Emerging Technology Practice is focused on helping companies navigate artificial intelligence, process automation and technological advancements that are impacting employers across all industries.
Our team of Labor and Employment attorneys are well positioned to guide employers on the effects and influence of technology in areas of human resources, hiring, employee productivity, workplace safety and collective bargaining.
The HuntonAK Labor and Employment Emerging Technology Practice is committed to advising employers on how to balance the rewards and legal risks associated with artificial intelligence and technology in the workplace.
Our recent technology insights include:
- Emily Burkhardt Vicente and Lukas Moffett, co-author, Tech’s Legal Risks For Employers During Covid-19, August 2020
- Robert Quackenboss and Ronald Meisburg, co-author, Union Strategies to Confront Automation in the Workplace, SHRM, July 30, 2020
- Kevin White and Daniel Butler, co-author, Steps To Reduce Title VII Risks When Hiring With AI, Law360, July 21, 2020