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Don’t Google Generative AI Court Rules… Do This Instead [Sponsored]

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Why Google AI court rules when you can use the Practical Guidance Generative AI Federal and State Court Rules Tracker instead? The post Don’t Google Generative AI Court Rules… Do This Instead appeared first on Above the Law.

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Federal Court Suspends Florida Attorney Over Filing Fabricated Cases Hallucinated by AI

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Just a few weeks ago, I wrote about two more cases of AI-hallucinated citations in court filings leading to sanctions , and now comes the case of a Florida lawyer suspended from practice after filing cases that were “completely fabricated.” ” On March 8, the U.S. Based on the committee’s recommendations, Senior U.S.

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Supreme Court To Nick Sandmann: ‘Lol, No’ To Hearing His Omnibus Defamation Lawsuit Against News Orgs

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Also, everyone magically became experts in reading body language and facial expressions. […] The post Supreme Court To Nick Sandmann: ‘Lol, No’ To Hearing His Omnibus Defamation Lawsuit Against News Orgs appeared first on Above the Law.

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In First for A U.S. Appeals Court, 5th U.S. Circuit Court Considers Rule Requiring Lawyers to Certify they Did Not Rely on AI to Create Filings

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In what it appears would be a first for a federal circuit court, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is considering adoption of a rule change that would require lawyers and unrepresented litigants to provide a certification regarding their use of artificial intelligence in preparing court filings.

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Visibility Into the Strategy & Supporting Documents of Major US Law Firms

Law Firm Intelligence by Trellis aggregates state trial court data across the Trellis platform enabling users to: look up a particular metric related to a specific law firm (such as, how many cases a law firm had or has against another law firm), and see the actual dockets and documents supporting the metric. Features Include.

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Federal Court Says First Amendment Protects Engineers Who Offer Expert Testimony Without A License

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The post Federal Court Says First Amendment Protects Engineers Who Offer Expert Testimony Without A License appeared first on Above the Law. From the look-who's-(capable-of)-talking-(without-fear-of-being-fined) dept.

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Recent Developments: Texas Immigration Law Blocked Again by Appeals Court

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Yesterday, the Supreme Court gave the green light for a controversial Texas immigration law to take effect, which allows local law enforcement to arrest migrants illegally crossing the border into Texas. However, shortly after the High Court’s decision, the U.S.…

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