Category: State Attorneys General

A Conversation With NAAG Executive Director Brian Kane

Regulatory Oversight Podcast 07.12.23 In the latest episode of Regulatory Oversight, the National Association of Attorney General (NAAG) Executive Director Brian Kane joins co-host Ashley Taylor to discuss the role that NAAG plays among attorneys general. NAAG provides a community for attorneys general and their staff to collaboratively address issues important to their work, as […]

A Conversation With Judge Lawrence VanDyke of the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit

Regulatory Oversight Podcast 06.21.23 In this episode of the Regulatory Oversight Podcast, Judge VanDyke joins Troutman Pepper RISE attorneys Ketan Bhirud, Mike Yaghi, and Stephen Piepgrass for an informative discussion on his background and path to becoming a judge, including his time working in several state attorneys general offices. Additionally, Judge VanDyke shares insightful information […]

AI: Impact and Use in Background Screening (Part Five)

Regulatory Oversight Podcast 05.30.23 Many companies use machine learning algorithms and artificial intelligence (AI) to assist with employment decisions and tenant screening. In our final episode, Stephen Piepgrass and colleagues Ron Raether and Dave Gettings examine the use and impact of AI in background screening, including the potential risks companies may face with increased reliance […]

AI: Impact and Use in the Financial Services Industry (Part Four)

Regulatory Oversight Podcast 05.16.23 Financial services companies are using AI to assist with many business processes, including underwriting decisions, consumer credit approval, servicing and collections, loss mitigation programs, customer interaction on websites and mobile apps via chatbots, and in detecting fraud. In this fourth episode, Stephen Piepgrass and colleagues Chris Willis and Michael Yaghi examine […]

AI: Impact and Use in the Health Care Industry (Part Three)

Regulatory Oversight Podcast 05.03.23 AI continues to capture the headlines. One recent headline noted that ChatGPT passed the medical boards. In this third episode, Stephen Piepgrass and colleagues Michael Yaghi and Barry Boise discuss the potential risks health care companies may face with increased reliance on AI, as well as the increased focus on AI […]

AI: Technology, Opportunities, Risks, and Best Practices (Part Two)

Regulatory Oversight Podcast 04.19.23 Artificial intelligence (AI) has captured the imagination and generated excitement with consumers and businesses, but at the same time, developments in AI have also raised public concerns and spawned regulation that sometimes threatens to outpace the technological innovation we are seeing. In this second in our series on AI, Stephen Piepgrass […]

AI: Overview and Current Regulatory Landscape (Part One)

Regulatory Oversight Podcast 04.05.23 Join us for the first in a series of episodes covering artificial intelligence (AI). As technology continues to develop, more companies are using AI in their day-to-day business, and with increased use comes increased risk. In this episode, Stephen Piepgrass and colleagues Michael Yaghi and Trey Smith provide an overview of […]

2022 Significant Developments in the Tobacco Industry and What to Expect in 2023 (Part Two)

Regulatory Oversight Podcast 03.13.23 In this second of a two-part series, Stephen Piepgrass continues his discussion with colleagues Bryan Haynes, Agustin Rodriguez and Nick Ramos about significant developments in the tobacco industry during the past year, and their predictions on what to expect in the months ahead. Our panel discusses tobacco excise taxes; challenges to […]

2022 Significant Developments in the Tobacco Industry and What to Expect in 2023 (Part One)

Regulatory Oversight Podcast 02.16.23 In this episode, Stephen Piepgrass and his guests review what happened over the past year and offer thoughts on what to expect in the months ahead. The U.S. tobacco industry is subject to a variety of regulators at the federal and state level. In this first of a two-part series focused […]

The Evolution of State Attorneys General

Regulatory Oversight Podcast 01.04.23 In this episode of Regulatory Oversight, Ashley Taylor welcomes Professor Paul Nolette from Marquette University to discuss the evolution of state attorneys general and how their roles in government have shifted over the years. Over time, we have seen the role of attorney general shift from being a capstone to one’s […]

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