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Jones Day Talks: Privacy & Data Security GDPR is Coming: Is Your Company Ready?



Jones Day Partner Aaron Charfoos explains Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation, its global impact, its requirements, the penalties for noncompliance, and what to do if your company isn’t ready.


Jones Day Talks Health Care: Health Care’s Eventful Start to 2018



In the first in a series of Jones Day Talks Health Care & Life Sciences podcasts, Jones Day’s Ann Hollenbeck and Courtney Carrell discuss vertical mergers, False Claims Act developments, an advisory opinion concerning gainsharing, and updates on association health plans. 


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Jones Day Talks Litigation: Seeing Is Believing—Creating Powerful Imagery for Trials and Presentations



Kerri Ruttenberg, a Jones Day partner and the best-selling author of Images with Impact: Design and Use of Winning Trial Visuals, covers practical tips for creating effective images, talks about why it’s important to ask “what’s the point?,” and describes how the “Understand/Believe/Remember” strategy can be key to influencing juries and other audiences.


Jones Day Talks Health Care: Employers, Providers, and Telemedicine



While the potential efficiencies and cost savings of an employee telemedicine program are intriguing, a number of legal and logistical issues should be addressed prior to a program’s implementation. Jones Day’s Alexis Gilroy, Todd Kelly, and Courtney Carrell discuss the concerns facing plan administrators, insurers, and health care providers. 


Jones Day Talks Health Care: Health Care Goes Digital



The global trend toward digital transformation is changing the health care industry’s administrative, delivery, and payment models in ways that were unimaginable just a few years ago. Jones Day’s Alexis Gilroy, Todd Kelly, and Courtney Carrell discuss recent developments in digital health care and their predictions for the sector in 2018.


Artificial Intelligence … Real Legal Issues



Jones Day partner Bob Kantner discusses privacy and data security matters, consumer protections, liability concerns, intellectual property rights, and other legal issues for U.S. and multinational companies competing in the rapidly evolving artificial intelligence sector.


The Intersection of Technology and Antitrust



Craig Waldman, Head of Jones Day’s West Coast Antitrust Practice, talks about antitrust law in the tech sector and how innovation, competition, R&D, and similar factors can affect business practices for organizations developing, acquiring, and implementing new and emerging technology.


Autonomous Vehicles: Who’s Leading the Way?



The race to bring a self-driving car to your garage has attracted a surprisingly crowded field, as countries and jurisdictions around the world prepare for a technology that experts say could permanently transform private transportation as we know it. Jones Day partner Paul Rafferty talks about the opportunities awaiting and challenges confronting participants in this game-changing new industry sector.


Artificial Intelligence: Applications and a Look Ahead



Romelia Flores, IBM Master Inventor, and Dave Copps, CEO of Cyxtera’s Brainspace division, join Jones Day partner Bob Kantner to talk about the current state of artificial intelligence and explain what’s coming next for this rapidly advancing technology.


Finding Your Fit, the New Lawyers Group Way



Some people know what practice area is right for them, and some need a bit more time. Hosted by New York associate George Barchini, Sharyl Reisman, Firmwide Chair of Recruiting, and Colleen Laduzinski, head of the New Lawyers Group, discuss how Jones Day’s year-long NLG program helps new lawyers find and prepare for the perfect match.