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Littler on Legal Compliance Solutions for the Transformation of the Workplace Through Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, and Automation

Mathiason, Esq., is a senior partner with Littler Mendelson, P.C., the largest U.S.-based law firm exclusively devoted to representing management in labor and employment law.

He originated and co-chairs Littler's Robotics, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Automation Practice Group, providing legal advice and representation to the robotics industry, as well as employers deploying this technology in the workplace.

His robotics and AI practice includes workplace safety standards, privacy requirements, robot collaboration and human displacement, anti-discrimination law, and legislative and regulatory developments.

He routinely advises Fortune 1000 companies regarding workplace law compliance, class action litigation, employee skill requirements, and retraining programs.

Garry is a founder of NAVEX Global, the ethics and compliance experts, which provides superior legal compliance solutions through an array of GRC products and services.

His robotics and AI practice includes workplace safety standards, privacy requirements, robot collaboration and human displacement, anti-discrimination law, and legislative and regulatory developments.

He routinely advises Fortune 1000 companies regarding workplace law compliance, class action litigation, employee skill requirements, and retraining programs.

Matthew U. Scherer

Matt is a graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center, where he served as editor-in-chief of The Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics. Prior to law school, he received a Master's in Educational Policy from the University of Pennsylvania's Graduate School of Education.  Matt is a member of Littler’s Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Automation industry group as well as Littler’s Workplace Policy Institute, and is a noted writer and commentator on the legal and policy issues surrounding automation and emerging technologies.

A.I. Is Doing Legal Work. But It Won’t Replace Lawyers, Yet.

Kira’s clients report reducing the lawyer time required for contract review by 20 percent to 60 percent, said Noah Waisberg, chief executive of Kira.

Ask for the case most similar to the one you have and the Ross program, which taps some of IBM’s Watson artificial intelligence technology, reads through thousands of cases and delivers a ranked list of the most relevant ones, Mr. Salazar said.

After 10 hours of searching online legal databases, he found a case whose facts nearly mirrored the one he was working on.

Bradford K. Newman

He successfully enjoined a competitor from releasing a specific game and from using a specific game mechanic and resolved the case in a manner described by Zynga's General Counsel in The Wall Street Journal as 'reflecting the very serious nature of the conduct involved.'

Agilent Technologies, Inc., 145 Cal.App.4th 790 (2006), review denied (2007), where he convinced a unanimous panel of the Sixth District California Court of Appeal that Agilent Technologies could not be held responsible for threatening messages allegedly sent from its computer network by a one-time employee.

Thermo Fisher Scientific (NYSE: TMO) in its lawsuit against a Fluidigm executive for retaining Thermo Fisher confidential information relating to oncology instrument and reagent technology after resigning, as well as for raiding employees.

The defendant argued over certain key forensic evidentiary issues until Mr. Newman was able to utilize his forensic expertise to obtain the concurrence of defendant’s own forensic expert.

He successfully enjoined a competitor from releasing a specific game and from using a specific game mechanic and resolved the case in a manner described by Zynga's General Counsel in The Wall Street Journal as 'reflecting the very serious nature of the conduct involved.'

Agilent Technologies, Inc., 145 Cal.App.4th 790 (2006), review denied (2007), where he convinced a unanimous panel of the Sixth District California Court of Appeal that Agilent Technologies could not be held responsible for threatening messages allegedly sent from its computer network by a one-time employee.

The defendant argued over certain key forensic evidentiary issues until Mr. Newman was able to utilize his forensic expertise to obtain the concurrence of defendant’s own forensic expert.

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