Earlier this month, Senators Cory Booker and Ron Wyden and Congresswoman Yvette Clarke reintroduced the Algorithmic Accountability Act of 2022. The Algorithmic Accountability Act was originally introduced in 2019 to “study and fix flawed computer algorithms that result in inaccurate, unfair, biased, or discriminatory decisions impacting Americans.” However, the bill stalled out in Committee and


New technologies constantly push the boundaries of what can be achieved in a smaller amount of time. From taking notes the “old fashioned way” with a pen and paper to recording meetings which are then digitally converted to text using, technological advances have fueled the efficiency of law firms globally. Although some lawyers are quick


Last week, DoorDash filed a complaint in the U.S. District Court in the Southern District of New York regarding a New York City ordinance requiring that DoorDash share customers’ personal information to every restaurant that fulfills an order through the app. According to the complaint, every time someone orders food through DoorDash in New York,