Mintz
Established in 1933, Mintz is a versatile Am Law 100 law firm with 500 attorneys serving clients worldwide. Our nimble, collaborative legal teams address the shifting legal and regulatory requirements of the global market’s most competitive industries. Our offices are strategically located to meet our clients’ needs. You will find us in Boston, Los Angeles, New York, San Diego, San Francisco, Washington, DC, and London.
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30 Jan 2023 Conference: Orlando United States

Mintz Of Counsel Kate Stewart will be speaking at the American Health Law Association's "Academic Medical Centers and Teaching Hospitals Law Institute" conference in Orlando, Florida on January 30th, 2023, co-leading a session titled "Is Your Organization Prepared for Today’s Clinical Research?".

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31 Jan 2023 Speaking Engagement: Orlando United States

Mintz Member Lara Compton will be speaking at the AHLA's Physicians and Hospitals Law Institute 2023 program in Orlando, Florida on Tuesday, January 31st, during a session titled "New Technology: Considerations for Evaluation, Development, and Implementation".

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02 Feb 2023 Panel: Boston United States

Our upcoming panel, Hot Topics in White Collar Crime and Regulatory Compliance, will look at key trends and developing areas of white collar crime enforcement and how in-house counsel should approach these topics from a compliance standpoint. We will particularly focus on the areas of cybersecurity, cryptocurrency, and strategies for responding to and navigating government investigations and inquiries.

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07 Feb 2023 Webinar: New York United States

For years, employers have been exploring the possibility of how automated tools (ranging from basic computer screening methods to advanced AI systems) may be able to improve and simplify the hiring process and other employment-related evaluation processes. And now, with NYC Local Law 144 going into effect in 2023, the new frontier of algorithmic decision-making in the workplace – and regulation of the same – is upon us.

NYC Local Law 144 is the most robust law regulating “automated employment decision tools” (AEDTs) to date, and it prohibits employers from using AI in employment decision-making processes unless they take a number of affirmative steps prior to doing so, including a bias audit of the tool. A key aspect of this bias audit is that it can also serve to enhance an employer’s attainment of its diversity, equity, and inclusion goals by ensuring that the use of AEDTs does not foster unintended bias or create unintended workforce disparities.

09 Feb 2023 Panel: New Orleans United States

Mintz Member Nathan Coco will speak on a panel titled "Intensive Care for Distressed Hospitals: Sales, Auctions & Affiliations" on Thursday February 9, as part of the NFMA conference. Panelists will focus on strategic alternatives for distressed acute care hospital credits. They will examine case studies which highlight strategies bondholders may have to maximize returns in these scenarios.

13 Feb 2023 Symposium: New York United States

The panel, "Are Representations and Warranties Claims Increasing in Severity? An Update on Claim Trends", will occur from 2:30 pm to 3:35 pm (EST). This esteemed panel, featuring Nancy Adams, will begin its conversation with an update of current R&W claim metrics - focusing on frequency, severity, allegation types, etc. The group will then review current trends and what has changed in the last year. Finally, the panelists will provide their unique insights into future claim opportunities and challenges facing insurers, brokers and clients.

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16 Feb 2023 Webinar: Boston United States

This session will present a background primer on the concepts of blockchain and cryptocurrency and then apply that background to a discussion of the various tax and securities law concepts that apply to the utilization of cryptocurrency as a compensation tool.

The panelists, featuring Michelle Capezza and Anne Bruno, will discuss issues raised by using cryptocurrency in lieu of cash to compensate employees and other service providers and will also address the ways that cryptocurrency can form the basis of various forms of incentive compensation. The latest guidance regarding investing qualified retirement plan assets in cryptocurrency will also be presented.

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