Disruptors such as artificial intelligence (AI), digitalisation, automation, data, and social media are impacting employers, employees, claims, and courts—and changing the way we work. As the workplace and strategies keep changing, the European Commission, governments and other stakeholders are debating whether to regulate those changes—and how. Understanding these new challenges and setting a strategic course is a business imperative.
We will examine the following topics together with panelists from: the EC’s AI High Level Experts Group and Professor of Robotics, AI and Ethics at Pierre Marie Curie University, Global Media and Entertainment, Sodexo, Quantum Black, a McKinsey Co., 11 KBW, Finsbury PR and KLDiscovery.
The Transformation of Employment Litigation:
- The effects of evolving technology
- Social media impact on the workplace, litigation strategies, defence tools and settlement
- The future of NDAs in the post #MeToo World
- Social activism, and managing PR risk and data litigation
The Future of Workplace Legislation:
- Legislative concerns and proposals
- How the seeds of future AI legislation are currently being sown in Brussels
- Leading your organisation to responsible AI
- The multidisciplinary approach to AI law and planning for the elimination of work, roles & responsibilities
Raja Chatila, Member of EC’s AI High Level Experts Group, Professor of Robotics, AI and Ethics at Pierre Marie Curie University
Ruth Daniels, General Counsel, Global Media & Entertainment
Sara Evans, Partner, Finsbury PR
Sharon Findlay, Global Talent Anticipation & Future of Work Leader, Sodexo
Suzanne Horne, Partner & Head of International Employment, Paul Hastings (Europe) LLP
Pierre Kirch, Partner, Paul Hastings (Europe) LLP
Helen Mayhew, Chief Operating Officer, QuantumBlack, a McKinsey Co.
Franck Missongo, Business Development Manager, eDiscovery & IT Forensics, KLDiscovery
Sarah Pearce, Partner & Co-Chair Artificial Intelligence Practice, Paul Hastings (Europe) LLP
Anya Proops, Q.C., 11KBW