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This week, on Tuesday May 10, 2022, Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont approved Connecticut Senate Bill 6, an Act Concerning Personal Data Privacy and Online Monitoring (the "Connecticut Privacy Act").

On May 18, 2018, a 39-year-old Boeing 737 aircraft leased by a Mexican company and operated by Cuba’s flagship carrier, Cubana, crashed shortly after takeoff near Havana; 112 people were killed in this tragic accident....

As the use of artificial intelligence recruitment and hiring tools becomes more prevalent, it is important to remember that such processes are subject to anti-discrimination laws.

In this two-part edition of our Spotlight series, we welcome Lee Harding to discuss key labor and employment law issues in relation to outsourcing transactions, predominantly in the United Kingdom and European Union....

On May 12, 2022, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) issued guidance to caution employers about using artificial intelligence (“AI”) and software tools to make employment decisions.

A study led by researchers at the University of California San Francisco and Johns Hopkins, and published in Environmental Science & Technology has found widespread exposures to prevalent and understudied chemicals in a diverse sample of pregnant women in the United States.

On 12 May 2022, Hong Kong’s Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data (“PCPD”) published its “Guidance on Recommended Model Contractual Clauses for Cross-border Transfer of Personal Data” (the "Guidance").

The European Commission has now published the final text of the revised Vertical Block Exemption Regulation and the accompanying Guidelines on Vertical Restraints.

On May 13, the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, issued a verdict following a bench trial that effectively struck down SB 826, a California statute requiring the boards of public corporations based in the state to include a minimum number of female directors. See Crest v.

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