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July 10, 2018, The Washington Post

Robert Kelner is quoted by The Washington Post in an article regarding continuing investigations into former Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt. According to Kelner, there is no "guiding principle" as to whether a congressional inquiry or one by an agency's inspector general continues once a public official resigns. When it comes to ...

July 6, 2018, Law360

Lee Tiedrich's comments from the U.S.-China AI Tech Summit are highlighted in this Law360 article providing a roundup of the top corporate news stories from the past week. According to Tiedrich, there’s a recognition that the new technology brings new legal challenges.

July 4, 2018, The Wall Street Journal

Timothy Stratford is quoted by The Wall Street Journal in an article regarding China's anticipated response to new tariffs on $34 billion of Chinese products starting on July 6. A Chinese head start "would not be moving hearts and minds on both sides toward the positive direction of de-escalation," says Stratford.

July 3, 2018, South China Morning Post

Ruixue Ran is quoted in a South China Morning Post article regarding how the result of the recent U.S. steel investigation should encourage Chinese companies to use the American legal system to settle disputes. According to Ran, the case was the first of its kind against Chinese steel products and the first time Chinese companies had won a trade secrets case ...

July 2, 2018, The Recorder

Lee Tiedrich recently spoke at the U.S.-China AI Tech Summit and is quoted by The Recorder in an article examining the pros and cons of introducing AI into the judicial process. According to Tiedrich, AI in the justice system also implicates questions of transparency and intellectual property. In cases where it’s alleged that AI perpetuates hiring discrimination ...

July 2, 2018, Law360

Lee Tiedrich recently spoke at the U.S.-China AI Tech Summit to discuss "AI in the Law" and is quoted in a Law360 article. According to Tiedrich, there is a recognition that the new technology brings new legal challenges. “One issue that’s been getting a lot of attention in the United States is whether and to what extent AI applications need to provide ...

June 28, 2018, Politico

Lindsey Tonsager is quoted in a Politico article regarding a bill passed by California lawmakers that imposes stricter consumer privacy rules on companies. Should the California law trigger other states to put their own restrictions on consumer privacy, industry lobbyists and advocates will likely look to Congress to create consistent standards, says Tonsager. ...

June 28, 2018, DataGuidance

Kate Goodloe is quoted in a DataGuidance article examining the significance of the Supreme Court's decision in Carpenter v. U.S. “While Carpenter does not overrule the third party doctrine, it substantially limits its application. [Furthermore,] the decision anticipates that users have a legitimate expectation of privacy in data created, owned, and maintained by ...

June 27, 2018, The American Lawyer

Alan Pemberton is quoted by The American Lawyer in an article accompanying the publication's Pro Bono Survey results. According to Pemberton, "The 2016 election acted as a kind of catalyst as it awakened in many of our lawyers a sense of engagement in public service matters generally." He adds that the current political climate spurred lawyers to do pro bono ...