The Legal Risks and Breakthrough Opportunities of AI-Assisted Tools
AI-assisted tools are disrupting fundamental business and law practices. Generative AI text engines speed up contract drafting and review, help spot risks and mistakes in financial analyses, and more. But these revolutionary advances come with a plethora of known and yet unfamiliar legal risks. Do you know enough to usher your clients into this new era safely? This legal update gives you the latest legal insights you need to tackle IP rights, answer trade secret questions, and more. Register today!
Ensure your business clients' use of generative AI is legally safe.
Get the latest update on the way AI tools are being regulated.
Weigh the use of AI tools in contract drafting and M&A due diligence.
*Any mention of specific products in this program is intended as part of a general overview and does not constitute NBI's endorsement or recommendation of any specific product or provider. This program is not sponsored by any technology or electronics provider.
Efforts to Regulate Generative AI: State, Federal, and International
AI-Assisted Contract Drafting and Analysis
Financial Statement Due Diligence and Risk Analysis in M&As
Intellectual Property Risks at Prompt Input and IP Rights of AI-Generated Content
Scrutinizing Service Terms Agreements to Spot Red Flags
Advising Business Clients on the Risks of Using ChatGPT and Other Third-Party Generative AI Tools
Continuing Legal Education IA CLE
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"ChatGPT and Generative AI in Business Law: Top Legal Issues" is an accredited program under the regulations of the Iowa Supreme Court Commission on Continuing Legal Education. It is planned that this program will provide a maximum of 1.0 hours of unmoderated activity credit toward the mandatory continuing legal education requirements under the Iowa rule, including 0.0 hour of ethics unmoderated activity credit.
E. Stratton Horres Jr. is senior counsel with Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP, and is an accomplished litigator who has more than 40 years of experience behind his practice, which is focused on crisis management and defending clients in catastrophic and high-exposure mass casualty events in virtually all areas. Mr. Horres also has experience with insurance agents and brokers professional negligence cases and D&O matters, and has represented financial institutions of all kinds. He has taken numerous jury and bench trials to verdict, and successfully defended many verdicts on appeal. Mr. Horres’ s trial and appellate practice encompasses state and federal courts across Texas and the southwest region, and throughout the United States. He earned his B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from College of Charleston and his J.D. degree, comments and notes editor, South Carolina Law Review from University of South Carolina School of Law. Mr. Horres is a member of the Dallas Bar Association (Diversity Committee member, Dallas Bar Association Foundation); Professional Liability Underwriters’ Society (PLUS); Texas Steering Committee; Dallas All Stars Project DSY, vice-chair, Dallas Advisory Board; National Basketball Retired Players Association (NBARPA), vice-chair, Dallas Advisory Board; Professional Liability Defense Federation; DRI: The Voice of the Defense Bar; National Solid Waste Management Association; Professional Liability Defense Federation; Nancy Lieberman Charities, Board of Directors; and The Scott Murray Scholarship Fund. He is admitted to practice in Texas; U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit; and U.S. District Court, Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern districts of Texas.
David Steiger is the assistant vice president and attorney with Brandywine Group of Insurance and Reinsurance Companies/Chubb, where he currently handles Coverage Analysis, Selection/Management of Counsel, Formulation of Claim Values/Resolution Strategy and Leading Negotiation teams in ADR settings. Mr. Steiger is a published author (AI and Int'l Business). He earned his B.A. degree, political science and government, from Indiana University Bloomington and his J.D. degree from Indiana University Maurer School of Law.
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