Session I – Advising Clients How to Use ChatGPT in Their Business Without Stepping on Legal Landmines – Jeremy L. Kahn
Generative AI tools such as ChatGPT have the potential to transform industries ranging from healthcare to finance, and everything in between. But they also come with risks that could harm your clients’ business interests or expose your clients to liability. It is important for attorneys to educate themselves about this new technology to properly advise their clients on how to use it to their benefit while navigating around the legal landmines. This presentation will provide an overview of the benefits and risks of generative AI and the legal implications of generative AI across several areas of the law to enable you to confidently advise your clients about this transformative technology.
Key topics to be discussed:
Benefits of ChatGPT/generative AI
Risks of Using ChatGPT/generative AI
Legal considerations in the areas of privacy laws, intellectual property (trade secrets and copyright), employment, and torts
Session II - ChatGPT: A lawyer's friend or ethical time bomb? a look at professional responsibility in the age of AI - Devin R. Bates and Laura Bates
The emergence of ChatGPT comes with tremendous promise of increased automation and efficiency. But at what cost? In this CLE, we’ll explore the potential ethical time bomb of using ChatGPT and examine the responsibility of lawyers in the age of AI. Rather than focusing exclusively on ChatGPT or getting too prescriptive, we will focus more generally on generative AI and the ethical concerns facing lawyers when approaching this new technology. We will base this CLE presentation on the Model Rules of Professional Conduct, rather than any specific jurisdiction’s rules.
Key topics to be discussed:
How generative AI can be and is already being used in the practice of law
Ethical duties of lawyers using generative AI
Practical tips and suggestions for safely using ChatGPT today
Date / Time: November 28, 2023
Jeremy L. Kahn | Berman Fink Van Horn. P.C.
Jeremy L. Kahn is a thoughtful and strategic litigator, with a creative approach. He enjoys crafting strategies to resolve difficult and legally challenging problems, always seeking to achieve his clients’ desired results in an efficient manner.
As a Principal at Berman Fink Van Horn, Jeremy advises a broad range of clients in business disputes, including in trial and appellate courts. His complex commercial litigation and appellate practice focuses on business disputes, including contractual matters and business torts, insurance recovery, fraud, deceptive trade practices, partnership and shareholder matters, banking and consumer finance cases, real estate, and trade secret and noncompete litigation. Jeremy handles his clients’ matters from the start of the dispute, through litigation, and, if necessary through the appellate process. He has successfully handled numerous appeals in both state and federal appellate courts. Jeremy’s experience also includes litigating class actions, successfully representing individual consumer plaintiffs and large corporate defendants in class actions involving allegations of deceptive business practices.
Jeremy graduated from the University of Miami School of Law (summa cum laude), where he was an executive editor of the University of Miami Law Review and a member of the Charles C. Papy, Jr. Moot Court Board. Jeremy also completed a judicial clerkship with the Honorable Kenneth A. Marra of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
A native of Florida, Jeremy recently relocated to the Atlanta area where he enjoys spending time with his wife and children and exploring Sandy Springs and the surrounding Atlanta neighborhoods.
Devin Bates is a partner at Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard, P.L.L.C. He is a trial attorney defending clients in complex litigation related to products liability, employment issues, non-compete litigation, intellectual property, trade secret disputes, and claims of fraud. Devin is recognized as one of JD Supra Readers’ Choice Top Authors in Products Liability.
Laura Bates | University of Arkansas
Laura Bates is a visiting assistant professor of law at The University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law. A Harvard Law School graduate, Professor Bates clerked on the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals and practiced law at Paul, Weiss in Washington D.C. and at Wright, Lindsey, & Jennings in Arkansas prior to joining the faculty at Bowen.
Session I – Advising Clients How to Use ChatGPT in Their Business Without Stepping on Legal Landmines | 2:00pm – 3:00pm
Benefits of ChatGPT/generative AI | 2:00pm – 2:20pm
Risks of Using ChatGPT/generative AI | 2:20pm – 2:40pm
Legal considerations in the areas of privacy laws, intellectual property (trade secrets and copyright), employment, and torts | 2:40pm – 3:00pm
Break | 3:00pm – 3:10pm
Session II – ChatGPT: A lawyer’s friend or ethical time bomb? a look at professional responsibility in the age of AI | 3:10pm – 4:10pm
How generative AI can be and is already being used in the practice of law | 3:10pm – 3:30pm
Ethical duties of lawyers using generative AI | 3:30pm – 3:50pm
Practical tips and suggestions for safely using ChatGPT today | 3:50pm – 4:10pm