Is a person who wears glasses considered disabled under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)? The answer to this question would perplex the courts for years and lead to a legendary showdown between Congress and the Supreme Court of the United States. When the dust settled, disability law would be changed forever.
In the fourth episode of our TECHPLACE™ Tickler series, Danielle Ochs and Spencer Skeen discuss the new world of regular remote depositions. They cover best practices for taking and defending depositions remotely, including videoconference admonitions, handling exhibits, making objections, and preparing witnesses.
New temporary staffing apps like Tilr and Shiftgig match workers with jobs in the same way that popular ridesharing apps match passengers with drivers. These apps offer a more streamlined approach than the traditional temporary staffing model, but an employment relationship is more complex than a ride to the airport.
TECHPLACE™ Talk: How the FTC’s Guidance on the Use of Artificial Intelligence and Algorithms Impacts Employers
In this episode of our TECHPLACETM Talk series, Danielle Ochs and Jenn Betts discuss why employers should take note of the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) guidance on consumer-facing artificial intelligence (AI) tools, including its view that the use of AI should be transparent, explainable, fair, and empirically sound, while fostering accountability.