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The Coming Regulation of Artificial Intelligence? EU Publishes AI Guidelines

The Coming Regulation of Artificial Intelligence? EU Publishes AI Guidelines

jdsupra.com     5+ day ago

The European Commission High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence released on April 8, 2019 the final version of its Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI (the "Guidelines"...

FDA   s Steps Toward a New Review Framework for Medical Devices That Use Artificial Intelligence Algorithms

FDA s Steps Toward a New Review Framework for Medical Devices That Use Artificial Intelligence Algorithms

jdsupra.com     1+ week ago

FDA's Steps Toward a New Review Framework for Medical Devices That Use Artificial Intelligence Algorithms This Bulletin provides a high-level overview of FDA's proposed framework;...

FDA Proposes Pathway for Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Software

FDA Proposes Pathway for Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Software

jdsupra.com     1+ week ago

Currently, modifications to SaMD that: (1) affect safety, efficacy or performance; (2) alter intended use; or (3) are major modifications to the software algorithm, likely would re...

FDA Proposes Regulatory Framework for Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Software as a Medical Device

FDA Proposes Regulatory Framework for Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Software as a Medical Device

jdsupra.com     1+ week ago

care. At the same time, however, Dr. Gottlieb expressed the need to ensure the safety and effectiveness of these devices. FDA is requesting public feedback on specific questions,...

Artificial Intelligence Updates

Artificial Intelligence Updates

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

There have been several recent announcements from the administration and Congress on artificial intelligence. Some of those highlights include: Your first step to building a free,...

CMS Announces Artificial Intelligence Health Outcomes Challenge

CMS Announces Artificial Intelligence Health Outcomes Challenge

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

By implementing the AI Health Outcomes Challenge, CMS seeks demonstrable AI solutions to help predict unexpected hospital and skilled nursing facility admissions and adverse events...

NLRB Judge: Requiring Confidential Arbitration is an Unfair Labor Practice

NLRB Judge: Requiring Confidential Arbitration is an Unfair Labor Practice

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

NLRB Judge: Requiring Confidential Arbitration is an Unfair Labor Practice While the U.S. Supreme Court's recent decisions have generally supported the enforceability of employmen...

Electronic Signatures in the Courts

Electronic Signatures in the Courts

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

Because electronic signatures have become more common in the business community, now is a good time to review some of the legal issues that arise in the use of electronic signature...

   Grass-fed    case dismissed: Reasonable consumers would not expect cows to be fed    only    grass

Grass-fed case dismissed: Reasonable consumers would not expect cows to be fed only grass

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

`Grass-fed' case dismissed: Reasonable consumers would not expect cows to be fed `only' grass In yet another iteration of a food labeling and advertising putative class action, a ...

Circuits Play Jurisdictional Hot Potato with Walker Process Claim

Circuits Play Jurisdictional Hot Potato with Walker Process Claim

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

A game of "hot potato" between the US Courts of Appeals for the Federal and Fifth Circuits has been resolved, ending a disagreement over the scope of the Federal Circuit's jurisdic...

United States Supreme Court Holds That Knowing Dissemination of False Statements Made by Others Can Constitute Primary    Scheme Liability    In Violation of Rule 10b-5(a) and (c)

United States Supreme Court Holds That Knowing Dissemination of False Statements Made by Others Can Constitute Primary Scheme Liability ...

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

private securities litigation to expand the scope of named defendants beyond the issuer and individuals directly responsible for making public statements on the issuer's behalf. T...

U.S. Supreme Court: Disseminators of False Statements with Intent to Defraud can be Held Liable Under Securities Exchange Act Rule 10b-5

U.S. Supreme Court: Disseminators of False Statements with Intent to Defraud can be Held Liable Under Securities Exchange Act Rule 10b-5

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

U.S. Supreme Court: Disseminators of False Statements with Intent to Defraud can be Held Liable Under Securities Exchange Act Rule 10b-5 On March 27, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court ...

Illinois Federal Court Grants Summary Judgment To Insurer On Late Notice Defense Despite Finding A Genuine Issue Of Material Fact As To The Insured s Sophisti...

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

Illinois Federal Court Grants Summary Judgment To Insurer On Late Notice Defense Despite Finding A Genuine Issue Of Material Fact As To The Insured's Sophistication The underlying plaintiff, Kyler Mo...

Illinois First District Relies on Century-Old Precedent to Hold that Corporate Directors Have Presumptive Right to Inspect Corporation Books and Records

Illinois First District Relies on Century-Old Precedent to Hold that Corporate Directors Have Presumptive Right to Inspect Corporation Books...

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

Illinois First District Relies on Century-Old Precedent to Hold that Corporate Directors Have Presumptive Right to Inspect Corporation Books and Records In Munroe-Diamond v. Munro...

Supreme Court Declines to Extend Janus    Reach, Upholds Primary Liability Under the Anti-Fraud Provisions of the Securities Laws

Supreme Court Declines to Extend Janus Reach, Upholds Primary Liability Under the Anti-Fraud Provisions of the Securities Laws

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

Supreme Court Declines to Extend Janus' Reach, Upholds Primary Liability Under the Anti-Fraud Provisions of the Securities Laws Since the Janus opinion in 2011, there can be no mi...

Expect Science Views to Vary

Expect Science Views to Vary

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

Jurors sometimes need to grapple with science, and given the constraints of the trial process and the often-complex nature of the testimony, "grapple" is probably the right word. W...

Second Circuit Affirms District Court   s Denial Of Motions To Remand, Finding That Removal Prior To Service Of The Complaints Was Proper Under The    Forum Defendant Rule

Second Circuit Affirms District Court s Denial Of Motions To Remand, Finding That Removal Prior To Service Of The Complaints Was Proper Un...

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Second Circuit Affirms District Court's Denial Of Motions To Remand, Finding That Removal Prior To Service Of The Complaints Was Proper Under The "Forum Defendant Rule" On March 2...

Madden Litigation Sputters Out With Settlement

Madden Litigation Sputters Out With Settlement

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

After eight years of litigation--and a major ruling from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit that has spawned uncertainty and a chilling effect for lenders--the partie...

Split Over Impact of Bristol-Myers Squibb on Class Actions Deepens

Split Over Impact of Bristol-Myers Squibb on Class Actions Deepens

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

Bakov v. Consolidated World Travel, Inc. is the latest salvo in the conflict over whether the Supreme Court's personal jurisdiction decision in Bristol-Myers Squibb applies in the ...

Confined Animal Feeding Operations/Public Trust Doctrine: Food & Water Watch Sues Iowa Department of Natural Resources

Confined Animal Feeding Operations/Public Trust Doctrine: Food & Water Watch Sues Iowa Department of Natural Resources

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

Confined Animal Feeding Operations/Public Trust Doctrine: Food & Water Watch Sues Iowa Department of Natural Resources Food & Water Watch and Iowa Citizens for Community Improveme...

U.S. Supreme Court Expands Scope of SEC   s Anti-Fraud Rule in    Copy-Paste    Case

U.S. Supreme Court Expands Scope of SEC s Anti-Fraud Rule in Copy-Paste Case

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

U.S. Supreme Court Expands Scope of SEC's Anti-Fraud Rule in "Copy-Paste" Case On March 27, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision in Lorenzo v. Securities and Exchange ...

Third Circuit: FACTA Class Plaintiff Lacked Concrete Injury Required for Standing Under Spokeo

Third Circuit: FACTA Class Plaintiff Lacked Concrete Injury Required for Standing Under Spokeo

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

In a precedential opinion, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit concluded that because the named plaintiff in a class action complaint failed to allege a concrete injury...

The Supreme Court

The Supreme Court

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

Biestek v. Berryhill, No. 17-1184: Petitioner Michael Biestek, a former construction laborer, applied for social security disability benefits after he developed a degenerative dis...

California Supreme Court Holds Employees Cannot Sue Their Employers    Payroll Companies for Wage Claims

California Supreme Court Holds Employees Cannot Sue Their Employers Payroll Companies for Wage Claims

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

California Supreme Court Holds Employees Cannot Sue Their Employers' Payroll Companies for Wage Claims On February 7, 2019, the Supreme Court of California issued its decision in ...

A Collective Action for Damages in the Netherlands is a fact!

A Collective Action for Damages in the Netherlands is a fact!

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

On 19 March 2019, the Dutch Senate finally approved the legislation introducing collective damages actions in the Netherlands (the "Legislation"). The Legislation introduces an opt...

High Court Extends Reach Of Securities Fraud Rule 10b-5

High Court Extends Reach Of Securities Fraud Rule 10b-5

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

On March 27, 2019, in Lorenzo v. U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the U.S. Supreme Court clarified that the types of conduct that violate the three subsections of SEC Rule ...

Employment Law

Employment Law

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

After several years and much uncertainty, the Department of Labor (DOL) published a new proposed rule that would raise the annual minimum salary requirement for the Fair Labor Stan...

Superior Court CCLD Holds that Anti-Reliance Clause Clearly Disclaimed Reliance on Extra-Contractual Representations or Implied Warranties

Superior Court CCLD Holds that Anti-Reliance Clause Clearly Disclaimed Reliance on Extra-Contractual Representations or Implied Warranties

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

Superior Court CCLD Holds that Anti-Reliance Clause Clearly Disclaimed Reliance on Extra-Contractual Representations or Implied Warranties Affy Tapple, LLC v. ShopVisible, LLC, C....

Groundbreaking Sex Trafficking Lawsuits Serve As A Warning to Hotel Owners and Operators

Groundbreaking Sex Trafficking Lawsuits Serve As A Warning to Hotel Owners and Operators

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

Two women recently filed lawsuits against several owners and operators of hotels in Philadelphia, alleging that the hotels had failed to protect them against being victims of sex t...

Chancery Court Rules Inequitable Conduct May Be Considered Within the Scope of a Section 225 Review

Chancery Court Rules Inequitable Conduct May Be Considered Within the Scope of a Section 225 Review

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

This case arose from a larger dispute among SGRP, Brown, and William H. Bartels ("Bartels"), another stockholder. SGRP is a Delaware company specializing in merchandising and marke...

Chancery Court Grants Defendant   s Motion On The Pleadings Where Named Defendants Did Not Owe Any Of The Contractual Or Fiduciary Obligations Plaintiff Tried To Enforce

Chancery Court Grants Defendant s Motion On The Pleadings Where Named Defendants Did Not Owe Any Of The Contractual Or Fiduciary Obligatio...

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Chancery Court Grants Defendant's Motion On The Pleadings Where Named Defendants Did Not Owe Any Of The Contractual Or Fiduciary Obligations Plaintiff Tried To Enforce In Ross v. ...

Supreme Court Decides Biestek v. Berryhill

Supreme Court Decides Biestek v. Berryhill

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

On April 1, 2019, the Supreme Court decided Biestek v. Berryhill, No. 17-1184, holding that a Social Security Administration (SSA) vocational expert's opinion may constitute "subst...

Association Health Plan Regulations Invalidated

Association Health Plan Regulations Invalidated

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia has set aside the most significant portions of the U.S. Department of Labor's (DOL) regulations on Association Health Plans (AH...

Supreme Court opens door (a bit) to argument that in rem foreclosures not covered by FDCPA

Supreme Court opens door (a bit) to argument that in rem foreclosures not covered by FDCPA

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

Obduskey involved a defendant law firm who had been hired by Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. to carry out a Colorado nonjudicial foreclosure in regard to a home loan on which the plaintiff ...

In A Goldilocks-Esque Decision, The Eleventh Circuit Finds A    Similarly Situated In All Material Respects    To Be Just Right

In A Goldilocks-Esque Decision, The Eleventh Circuit Finds A Similarly Situated In All Material Respects To Be Just Right

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In A Goldilocks-Esque Decision, The Eleventh Circuit Finds A "Similarly Situated In All Material Respects" To Be Just Right What does it mean within the context of the McDonnell D...

Court Slams the Privette Door on Independent Contractor   s Bodily Injury Claim

Court Slams the Privette Door on Independent Contractor s Bodily Injury Claim

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

In Johnson v. The Raytheon Company, Inc., Case No. B281411 (2019) WL 1090217, plaintiff Laurence Johnson (Johnson) was a maintenance engineer employed by an independent contractor ...

Second Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Chapter 15 Appeal by Purported Shareholder on Standing Grounds

Second Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Chapter 15 Appeal by Purported Shareholder on Standing Grounds

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Second Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Chapter 15 Appeal by Purported Shareholder on Standing Grounds In a March 19, 2019 summary order, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circ...

The Effect or Interpretation of an Ordinance at the Time of Review Applies, Despite Long-Standing Historical Views

The Effect or Interpretation of an Ordinance at the Time of Review Applies, Despite Long-Standing Historical Views

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

The Effect or Interpretation of an Ordinance at the Time of Review Applies, Despite Long-Standing Historical Views The Block was originally a single, large zoning lot containing t...

Too Much to    Bare   : US Supreme Court Rejects Bare Metal Defense Under Federal Maritime Law

Too Much to Bare : US Supreme Court Rejects Bare Metal Defense Under Federal Maritime Law

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

The facts of DeVries mirror the facts of myriad cases that preceded it. Both plaintiffs were sailors who served aboard U.S. Navy warships between the 1950s and 1980s when asbestos ...

Cut-And-Pasters (Not Janus Makers) Still Liable Under 10b-5(A), (C)

Cut-And-Pasters (Not Janus Makers) Still Liable Under 10b-5(A), (C)

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

Last week, the Supreme Court held that knowing distributors of another's false statements still could be primarily liable under parts of Rule 10b-5, even though they didn't "make" ...

Court Rules State Law Privacy Claim Not Preempted by ERISA

Court Rules State Law Privacy Claim Not Preempted by ERISA

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

The District Court for the Middle District of Florida recently ruled that a plaintiff's state law invasion of privacy claim was not preempted by the Employee Retirement Income Secu...

Reversing State Department, Judge Grants U.S. Birthright Citizenship To Twin Son Of Same-Sex Couple

Reversing State Department, Judge Grants U.S. Birthright Citizenship To Twin Son Of Same-Sex Couple

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

Reversing State Department, Judge Grants U.S. Birthright Citizenship To Twin Son Of Same-Sex Couple In 2016, a married gay couple in Canada became parents of twins using a surroga...

Breaking Bad Habitats?

Breaking Bad Habitats?

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Waiving Class-Wide Arbitrations in Construction Contracts

Waiving Class-Wide Arbitrations in Construction Contracts

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

Companies routinely turn to arbitration as an efficient and cost-effective means of resolving disputes. Increasingly, these same companies use arbitration to prohibit consumers and...

Chief Judge Stark Denies Defendant   s Motion To Dismiss Plaintiff   s Claims For Direct, Indirect And Willful Infringement

Chief Judge Stark Denies Defendant s Motion To Dismiss Plaintiff s Claims For Direct, Indirect And Willful Infringement

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Your first step to building a free, personalized, morning email brief covering pertinent authors and topics on JD Supra: JD Supra is a legal publishing service that connects exper...

Bankruptcy Court Applies Automatic Stay to Continuation of Removed State-Court Action Against Debtor

Bankruptcy Court Applies Automatic Stay to Continuation of Removed State-Court Action Against Debtor

jdsupra.com     2+ week ago

When a debtor files for bankruptcy, almost all proceedings to recover property from the debtor are automatically stayed by force of law. See 11 U.S.C. S: 362(a). This provision, kn...


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