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Artificial Intelligence & Privacy in the Workplace

Dec 2, 2021 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Phyllis Cheng, Esq.
Neutral @ADR Services, Inc.
• Phyllis Cheng is a Mediator at ADR Services, Inc., where she resolves employment, wage and hour, civil rights, and other disputes. She was formerly Director of the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, and Partner at DLA Piper's employment group. Ms, Cheng is Co-Editor of California Fair Housing and Public Accommodations (The Rutter Group Civil Litigation Series), author of the California Labor & Employment Case Law Alert, Managing Editor of and columnist at the California Labor & Employment Law Review, and contributor to many other publications. The State Bar named her the Ronald M. George Public Lawyer of the Year.
Natalie Pierce, Esq.
Partner @Gunderson Dettmer Stough Villeneuve Franklin & Hachigian, LLP
• Natalie Pierce is a Partner at Gunderson Dettmer in San Francisco, and Chair of the firm's labor & employment practice. She was selected as one of Daily Journal’s “Top Artificial Intelligence Lawyers” and “Top Labor and Employment Lawyers.” Ms. Pierce represents technology and life sciences companies. Her practice focuses on the needs of start-ups and emerging growth companies. She counsels companies on incorporating robotics, biometrics, telepresence, artificial intelligence, and other enhancement technologies into the workplace as part of her practice. She has lectured and written many scholarly articles, including the recent "AI in the Workplace: A Primer for Lawyers," published in the September issue of the California Labor & Employment Law Review.
Vinhcent Le, Esq.
Legal Counsel, Technology Equity @The Greenlining Institute
• Vinchent Le is Legal Counsel with the Greenlining Institute’s Economic Equity team. He leads the effort to close the digital divide, protect consumer privacy, ensure algorithms are fair and that technology builds economic opportunity for communities of color. Mr. Le authored Greenlining's report entitled Algorithmic Bias Explained. Appointed by Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon, Mr. Le is a Member of the inaugural California Privacy Protection Agency, a new administrative agency charged with protecting the fundamental privacy rights of consumers over their personal information.