Lawyer faces sanctions for using ‘bogus’ citations from ChatGPT

US lawyer Steven Schwartz will face a sanctions hearing after using fictitious case law from ChatGPT in a court brief. 

Law firm sets $20,000 ‘AI bounty’ for staff

Gilbert + Tobin have given their staff the opportunity to win $20,000 for sharing ideas on utilising AI in the workplace.

World’s first ChatGPT defamation lawsuit may come out of Australia

Regional Mayor Brian Hood threatens to sue OpenAI over incorrect ChatGPT content.

Chatbots, the Cloud and Alexa: Major review launched into how tech companies use data

As the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission investigates the way tech giants control our information, solicitors in NSW are calling for greater education about the…

Chat GPT is putting the future of grad lawyers under the microscope

The rapid emergence of Chat GPT in the law is a key signal for young lawyers that advances in technology are radically reshaping the legal…