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Speaking Engagements

Going Solo: A Conversation with Jeff Tenenbaum (Webinar), American Inns of Court
Association Member Codes of Ethics: Avoiding the Traps and Maximizing the Opportunities, California Society of Association Executives’ ELEVATE 2024, Burbank, CA

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Publications

Antitrust Law Training, American Institute of Architects New York State

Best Practices for Governance in a Digital Age (Presentation), Association of Environmental Authorities, Atlantic City, NJ

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In the Media

TLG Managing Partner Jeff Tenenbaum Quoted in CEO Update Article, “Associations Need Policies to Guard Against Pitfalls of AI Use”

TLG Managing Partner Jeff Tenenbaum was quoted in the CEO Update article, “Associations Need Policies to Guard Against Pitfalls of AI Us.” “Some associations are using generative AI to screen resumes and recorded interviews with job candidates. Groups should be aware that AI platforms have bias built in, said nonprofit attorney Jeff Tenenbaum, who wrote an article on AI legal risks for the American Bar Association’s Business Law Today and is managing partner of Tenenbaum Law Group. “If you end up not hiring certain candidates and it turns out they were weeded out because of some AI screening platform that is discriminating on the basis of some protected characteristic, that creates liability risk,” Tenenbaum said. “For anyone who’s using AI in any aspect of employee hiring, performance management or anything else, it’s particularly risky from a discrimination perspective,” he said.

TLG Managing Partner Jeff Tenenbaum Quoted in ASAE’s Inroads Article, “Ways & Means Inquiry into Tax-Exempt Orgs’ ‘Political Campaign Intervention’ May Have Unintended Consequences”

TLG Managing Partner Jeff Tenenbaum was quoted in an ASAE Inroads article entitled, “Ways & Means Inquiry into Tax-Exempt Orgs’ ‘Political Campaign Intervention’ May Have Unintended Consequences.” “Noting the potential for a significant impact across the non-profit community, association attorney Jeff Tenenbaum, Managing Partner of the Tenenbaum Law Group, said, ‘Any time that Congress revisits existing requirements, limitations, and prohibitions for any category of tax-exempt organization, there is the risk of a spillover effect and unintended consequences for all tax-exempt entities. We have seen that happen numerous times in the past. Even though the initial inquiry may be focused on 501(c)(4)/(c)(3) affiliations in the political campaign space, any new rules put into place to regulate that space have a high likelihood of adversely affecting the very important 501(c)(6)/(c)(3) affiliations that exist throughout the association community.’”

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