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Artificial Intelligence May Not Disrupt The Legal Profession For A While

Above the Law - Technology

The work of artificial intelligence definitely still needs to be reviewed by a lawyer. The post Artificial Intelligence May Not Disrupt The Legal Profession For A While appeared first on Above the Law.

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You Be the Judge: Sentencing, Community Outrage, and Calls for Dismissal

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Today’s focus is on Marion County Superior Court Judge Mark D. Stoner. This week, calls for his immediate resignation have grown louder following his sentencing decision involving the convicted killer of a beloved, Indiana police officer. You be the judge… Continue reading → The post You Be the Judge: Sentencing, Community Outrage, and Calls for Dismissal first appeared on Trellis.Law Blog.

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Police Chief Hailed As A Hero For Crashing Into A Car While Fleeing The Scene Of A Shooting

Above the Law - Technology

From the let's-make-sure-everyone-but-taxpayers-get-home-safely dept The post Police Chief Hailed As A Hero For Crashing Into A Car While Fleeing The Scene Of A Shooting appeared first on Above the Law.

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Law Students in BYU Law’s LawX Program Develop Two Applications Targeting Access to Justice

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Two teams of law students, as part of their education at Brigham Young University Law School, have developed applications targeting issues of access to justice, and today, on the last day of classes, they will showcase what they have built at a special event expected to be attended by members of the local legal and […]

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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. Trellis data is maximized in a revolutionary and unique way to provide users an exclusive look into a law firm litigating in state trial courts.

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Navigating The Data Deluge: Privacy, AI Governance, And The Future Of Innovation

Above the Law - Technology

How do we continue to govern data and AI without hindering development? The post Navigating The Data Deluge: Privacy, AI Governance, And The Future Of Innovation appeared first on Above the Law.

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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, TRADE SECRETS, AND THE CHALLENGE OF TRANSPARENCY 

The North Carolina Journey of Law and Technology

Villasenor-Final Artificial intelligence (“AI”) systems can operate in ways that their designers may not fully understand. This creates a series of important questions regarding trade secrets. This Article argues that AI system designers should be able to hold trade secret rights in AI algorithms even when they are unable to articulate how those algorithms operate.

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GENERATIVE AI AND COPYRIGHT LAW: A MISALIGNMENT THAT COULD LEAD TO THE PRIVATIZATION OF COPYRIGHT ENFORCEMENT

The North Carolina Journey of Law and Technology

Kivus-Final The Article discusses the challenges and implications of applying existing copyright law to a subset of artificial intelligence (“AI”) that creates new data known as generative AI (“Generative AI”). Specifically, the Article examines the mismatch between copyright law and the unique legal complexities that arise from the training and use of Generative AI.

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Measure Your Time, Don’t Just Track it with TimeSolv

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A product that makes time tracking simple benefits attorneys irrespective of practice area or fee structure. For attorneys who bill by the hour, easily entering, editing, and reviewing times holds obvious advantages. But what about flat fee and contingency firms? While those practices need not always record time (unlike hourly attorneys, time is not directly the product you’re moving), it’s still worth doing.

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GENERATING DERIVATIVES: AI AND COPYRIGHT’S MOST TROUBLESOME RIGHT 

The North Carolina Journey of Law and Technology

Bracha-Final This Article examines broad arguments of infringing copyright’s entitlement of the right of derivatives in the context of Generative AI (“GenAI”) systems. Copyright owners make derivatives arguments against various activities in the GenAI supply chain even in the absence of substantially similar output. They make these arguments in an attempt to go around the limitations of the right of reproduction and establish liability even when reproduction arguments fail.

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Justice Department finalizes rules to close ‘gun show loophole’–Washington Post

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By Perry Stein In a move that officials touted as the most significant increase in American gun regulation in decades, the Justice Department has finalized rules to close a loophole that allowed people to sell firearms online, at gun shows and at other informal venues without conducting background checks on those who purchase them. The rules — which are expected to take effect in 30 days — codify changes outlined in the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act , which was signed into law by President Bi

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Stay On Top of Newly Filed State & Federal Litigation: Curated Just for You!

With Daily Filings Report by Trellis you will receive an email and csv file daily with all new cases filed in the jurisdictions you're tracking. Each new case will include all case metadata like judge, parties, counsel, practice area, and even direct links to the full docket and complaint. Trellis Daily Filings Reports provide direct access to newly filed state and federal litigation curated just for you.

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The North Carolina Journey of Law and Technology

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Abortion laws by state, explained–The Hill

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BY NATHANIEL WEIXEL AND RACHEL SCULLY When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in 2022, it allowed states under Republican control to impose abortion bans or severe limitations, a long-sought goal for many GOP anti-abortion lawmakers. Abortion access now is a state-by-state patchwork of laws that is ever-changing as new restrictions take effect.

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