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While artificial intelligence promises to revolutionize the way we live and work, there has been relatively little government regulation targeting it specifically. But legislation referring to AI is currently pending in at least 13 states, and more may be on the way, says Korey Clark of State Net Capitol Journal.
Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy LLP can serve as counsel for children's clothing retailer Gymboree Group Inc. as it looks to liquidate most of its business in Chapter 11, a Virginia bankruptcy judge ruled Friday, finding the firm is not conflicted simply because it represents Gymboree creditors in other matters.
The U.S. Department of Labor is close to unveiling its long-awaited plan for scaling back a controversial Obama-era rule that expanded overtime protection for millions of white-collar workers. Here, experts discuss four things they will be looking for when the agency’s overtime rule is proposed.
A California federal judge on Friday granted preliminary approval to a $1.2 million settlement agreement between Fidelity and employees claiming the company owes them overtime pay.
A Virginia federal judge on Friday blocked the pending discharge of HIV-positive airmen by the U.S. Air Force, ruling that its HIV policies are irrational and do not reflect the availability of modern HIV treatments.