Technology is Changing How Lawyers Serve Insurers
September 13, 2023 | Alan S. Rutkin | Mary Aperance | Insurance Coverage | AI

Like it or not, technological changes are on the horizon for the legal profession. This article highlights how lawyers will need to consider the ways in which technology tools can improve the way they serve insurers—while also being aware of the risks.

Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, technology has changed how lawyers serve insurers. The

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Furshpan and Rahman Publish “AI Adoption Poses Privacy, Legal Pitfalls,” in US Law Magazine
August 24, 2023 | AI

Daniel E. Furshpan and Ibtidanoor Rahman authored the US LAW Magazine article, “AI Adoption Poses Privacy Legal Pitfalls.”

With Artificial Intelligence (AI) performing tasks with human-like intelligence, many companies find themselves wondering how this new technology will impact their industry. From a legal perspective, there are new concerns about “data privacy and security along with questions

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New York Legislators Take a Stand on Deep Fakes
August 14, 2023 | Amanda Griner | Deborah M. Isaacson | Privacy, Data & Cyber Law | AI

In April 2021, the Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) filed a petition in Brooklyn Family Court alleging that an uncle who was legally responsible for his nephew had neglected the child by providing inadequate supervision and guardianship and by neglecting his education. Among other things, ACS offered the court voice recordings that it claimed supported

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