Constangy attorneys Chris Deubert and Amanda Novak published a Mar. 2 article with Law360 on the anticipated effects ChatGPT may have on the workplace. 

In the article, Deubert and Novak discuss what issues employers should anticipate both in the hiring process and on the job. 

"There are already reports of job applicants using ChatGPT to help write resumes and cover letters. This practice is particularly interesting when juxtaposed against employers' increased use of technology and AI in their hiring processes to both identify quality candidates and to remove bias from the interview and hiring process. As a result, in at least some cases, we may begin to see a battle between AI tools." wrote Deubert and Novak. 

Deubert and Novak also discuss concerns regarding privacy regulations and the issues that may arise from employees using ChatGPT to help them with their jobs. 

Deubert is an attorney with more than twelve years of experience at law firms, in-house, and in academia, with extensive expertise in sports, litigation, and labor and employment. He previously operated as a solo practitioner, representing mostly clients in the sports industry, including but not limited to professional sports teams and athletes, sports agents, a sports marketing agency, and an NFT-related sports start-up. Deubert assisted clients with litigation, league matters, employment, transactional matters, corporate governance, corporate formation, intellectual property, sports betting, and more. Deubert frequently speaks on and publishes articles on the latest employment and labor law topics.

Novak is a member of the Constangy Cyber Team and brings expertise on privacy and cybersecurity matters. She is a Certified Information Privacy Professional in U.S (CIPP/US) and European law (CIPP/E). Amanda provides compliance advice and guidance on the evolving state, federal, and international privacy regimes, including the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), and other data security and privacy laws and regulations.

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