Clark Hill Attorney Carl Shusterman Quoted in AP News on Clarification of New Immigration Restrictions
Senior Counsel Carl Shusterman was quoted in an AP News article, "Trump bars new immigration green cards, not temporary visas" on the impact of a 60-day pause on the issuance of green cards for temporary workers. According to Shusterman, the executive orders would have a minimal impact due to the current closure of embassies. To view the full article, click here.
Shusterman has over 40 years of experience practicing immigration law. He served as a Trial Attorney for US Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) from 1976 until 1982 when he entered the private practice of law. He has testified as an expert witness before the Senate Immigration Subcommittee in Washington, DC. He is one of the very limited number of attorneys who have been designated as Certified Specialists in Immigration and Naturalization Law by the California State Bar.
2024 Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Laws Summit Chicago
This event will include a panel discussion with expert industry leaders, offering a deep dive into the most pressing issues and advancements in AI and data privacy laws. You’ll gain critical knowledge and explore the implications of AI in legal and privacy domains so you can update your practices to reflect the highest standards of data stewardship.
WEBINAR: The Race to 2024: Politics and Social Media in the Workplace and Employer Rights.
Over the last several years, employers have seen and continue to see increased political activities from their employees at work and on social media platforms, including on business-related social media platforms, like LinkedIn. Managing employee expression causes unique challenges for employers and HR professionals, and in a General Election year, these challenges are likely to increase as the Presidential race, and other races, heat up.
Webinar: A Cookieless Future and Promise of PETs: A Primer on Privacy Enhancing Technologies
This webinar will explore PETs – we will define what they are, what problems PETs exist to address, and emerging PET standards including the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) draft guidance on how to evaluate PET effectiveness. We will provide specific PET use cases and discuss how PETs may be utilized to address the phase out of third party cookies by certain browsers for purposes of targeted advertising.