Organizations are increasingly considering the use of Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) tools to enhance internal business processes. Applying AI to human resource operations is no exception. The use of AI tools to help determine who to hire, whom to fire, and who should be promoted raises a host of labor and employment issues, and implicates new
On Nov. 9, 2022, the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) issued a proposed second amendment to its 2017 cybersecurity regulation for financial service companies. In July 2022, NYDFS issued a draft version of the changes, but the current amendment has significant changes. Most of the proposed changes will take effect 180 days…
On May 28, 2021, New York City enacted privacy legislation that specifically targets owners of multifamily dwellings. The Tenant Data Privacy Act (TDPA) addresses perceived privacy issues surrounding the use of smart access systems in multi-family dwellings and is modeled, in part, after broader European and California privacy legislation.
As state legislatures across the country adjourn for summer recess, privacy legislation has stalled in many states. Nevertheless, organizations should be aware of several developments on the horizon, including:
- Nevada’s new opt-out law is effective October 1, 2019, less than six weeks from today;
- California’s legislature is set to finalize proposed amendments to the California