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Find out how ChatGPT and other generative AI tools work and what their limitations are.
Walk through real-world examples of how to use generative AI, with sample prompts to get the exact responses you're seeking.
Explore a variety of generative AI applications and their pros, cons, and use cases for law firms.
Mitigate the risk of breaching confidentiality and other ethical obligations when using AI.
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How to Implement ChatGPT/Generative AI Tools in Your Practice: With Demos and Sample Prompts
Legal Ethics of Using Generative AI: From Confidentiality Issues to Bias
Peter L. Ostermiller is a sole practitioner concentrating in legal ethics and professional responsibility matters. He represents attorneys in disciplinary and reinstatement proceedings, judges in judicial ethics matters, and bar exam applicants. Mr. Ostermiller has also represented parties in attorney's fee dispute proceedings, and attorneys in legal proceedings in which sanctions have been sought against the attorney; represented parties in attorney disqualification proceedings; and counseled lawyers and law firms in their respective rights, responsibilities and duties to other attorneys and their clients. He is a member of the Kentucky Bar Association, Louisville Bar Association, and the Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers. Mr. Ostermiller served on the Kentucky Bar Association's Ethics 2000 Committee, which proposed changes to the Rules of Professional Conduct to the KBA, and resulted in the July 2009 revisions to the ethics rules. He graduated with his B.A. and J.D. degrees from the University of Louisville.
Mark Stignani is a partner in the Minneapolis office of Barnes & Thornburg LLP. He is the chair of the firm's Data Analytics practice group, and applies his intellectual curiosity, technical and research savvy, and penchant for innovation to create a broad spectrum of analytics and strategic review of clients' corporate transactions, reorganizations, and intellectual property endeavors. Mr. Stignani earned his J.D. degree from William Mitchell College of Law while working for Alliant Techsystems. He previously had completed postgraduate work in robotics and control systems at the University of Minnesota and National Technological University, while working at Honeywell, Inc. Further, Mr. Stignani is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP). He offers his insights through dozens of webinars annually and serves as a regular lecturer at colleges and universities across the state of Minnesota. Mr. Stignani also is a frequent speaker at for various associations and conferences, including Reel Lawyer, Black Hills IP Analytics Series, LES International and Practicing Law Institute.
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