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2024 Littler AI Summit
September 23, 2024-September 24, 2024
Washington, DC

Littler is at the forefront of the AI revolution.

We work with leading companies, AI developers, Congress, and federal and state regulators to shape the future of how AI will be used in the workplace. We provide practical, business-minded counsel, empowering companies to embrace innovation while mitigating risk. This includes:

Advice and Counsel

Our counsel spans the full life cycle of workplace AI initiatives:

  • Drafting AI use policies, procedures and best practices.
  • Vetting which employment-related AI tools are right for your organization.
  • Complying with discrimination, wage and hour, labor-management relations, and other employment laws.
  • Integrating AI into an organization’s overall data privacy and security program, including, where applicable, compliance with global data protection laws, such as the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation.
  • Navigating the broader workplace implications of AI use, drawing on attorneys practicing across nearly 60 areas of employment and labor law.

Regulatory and Legislative

We advocate for employers’ interests as new laws and regulations are taking shape by:

  • Tracking new legislation and regulations governing workplace AI.
  • Engaging directly with policymakers and regulators.
  • Ensuring employers have a voice in the midst of policy changes impacting their business operations.
  • Providing training and guidance on the impact of new and emerging regulations.


We are on the front lines defending employers in the rapidly growing area of AI-related litigation:

  • Preparing employers for potential AI litigation as regulatory agencies and the plaintiffs' bar establish and coordinate their efforts.
  • Defending against AI-related claims, including charges brought by and before the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
  • Drawing on our extensive experience in complex class and collective actions to defend the use of new workplace technologies.
  • Advising on proper AI implementation to reduce litigation risks.

Why Littler

Our global team, which has deep knowledge across all areas of employment and labor law, helps clients navigate AI-related workforce issues, regulatory developments and litigation risks.

Littler was among the first law firms to create a dedicated AI group in 2013. Since then, we have been steadfast in our commitment to keep clients ahead of the curve in this rapidly evolving area. Our lawyers have testified before Congress and the EEOC on the impact of AI and data analytics on employment law. Littler attorneys are sought after by the media for commentary and regularly publish articles on workplace AI, including in the Yale Journal on Regulation, Stanford Law & Policy Review, the University of Miami Law Review, the North Carolina Journal of Law & Technology and other scholarly journals. Our attorneys frequently speak on these issues as well, including at our very own annual AI Summit and the International Association of Privacy Professionals’ Global Privacy Summit. We were the only law firm to provide comments on new AI rules in New York City, and several of our recommendations to define and focus them to ease employer compliance were reflected in the final regulations.

As the world’s largest employment and labor law firm representing management, we also have attorneys with extensive experience in any number of areas likely to be impacted by AI initiatives in the workplace – from employment discrimination, OFCCP compliance, and workplace privacy to wage and hour law, occupational safety and health considerations, labor relations and business restructuring.

What Our Clients are Saying

“Where other law firms tend to focus on what not to do, Littler’s AI team provides a more holistic perspective – advising not only on risk avoidance but how our legal department can help implement AI tools in a way that achieves the organization’s business goals.”

How should a company intelligently adopt employment-focused artificial intelligence, or AI tools?

How should a company intelligently adopt employment-focused artificial intelligence, or AI tools?

Are there any areas of concern as our organization implements AI tools to monitor and engage with employees and customers?

Are there any areas of concern as our organization implements AI tools to monitor and engage with employees and customers?

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