This event is Part III of our series “Regulating AI: The Potential Impact of Global Regulation of Artificial Intelligence.”
The program will take place virtually and in-person at our Washington, D.C. office and will feature keynote speakers and panelists including members of Congress, Congressional staff and executive branch officials, as well as members of academia and the business community. The discussions will address legislative and regulatory developments and how these could impact stakeholders across the country
Panel 1: US Emerging Legislative and Regulatory Framework
3:15 PM - 4:00 PM ET
Moderated by Hon. Bart Gordon (D-TN)
Panelists will include bipartisan Congressional staffers from both the US Senate and House of Representatives.
Panel 2: AI Beyond 'ChatGPT'
4:15 PM - 5:00 PM ET
Moderated by Hon. Mike Doyle (D-PA)
Panelists will include representatives from Academia, the Administration, as well as private business.
Members of our Energy, Infrastructure, and Resources, Policy and Regulatory, and Tax teams will be discussing the guidance that the Treasury Department released on 17 November 2023 about the Inflation Reduction Act’s revised and expanded Section 48 investment tax credit.
This CLE webinar will discuss the SEC's recent amendments to its beneficial ownership reporting rules. The panel will review the accelerated Schedule 13D and 13G filing deadlines, the new guidance and rules on cash-settled derivative securities and the formation of a "group," and the deadlines for compliance.
The panel will review these and other key issues:
Recently, the legal community was shocked when a lawyer, seemingly blinded by the convenience or trendiness of ChatGPT, was caught citing non-existent cases fabricated by the AI tool. Of course, multiple ethical rules are implicated in such a scandal and this case arose during a time that AI was ubiquitous in legal marketing. An obvious question emerges: do we need new ethical rules for the use of AI in legal practice or does its use fit into our existing framework?
This presentation will explore the layers to this question by examining cases, new and old, of a lawyer’s professional responsibility during times of technological evolution.