Alan S. Wernick Speaks on "Legal Implications of AI"


Aronberg Goldgehn attorney Alan S. Wernick discussed the legal implications of artificial intelligence technologies during a presentation to the Decalogue Society of Lawyers on January 11, 2024.

Focusing on generative AI technologies like ChatGPT and Google Bard, Alan presented examples of the legal risks of using AI tools, including increased judicial scrutiny in court proceedings and issues to consider in technology contracts and system acquisitions. Alan also discussed technology contract issues for specific industries, including health care. The program offered continuing legal education credits for attendees.

The Decalogue Society of Lawyers is the nation’s oldest Jewish bar association. The Decalogue Society’s mission is to advance our lawyers’ professional development, raise the standards of the bar and bench, educate the public on legal and Jewish issues, and maintain vigilance against discriminatory public and private practices, particularly anti-Semitism. Also, the Decalogue Society supports Jewish interests through building relationships with attorneys and professionals in other ethnic and religious organizations and the Jewish community at large.

Alan, a bar member in IL, NY, OH, and DC, is a business transactions attorney and advocate with a background in accounting and technology who focuses on information technology, privacy/cybersecurity, and intellectual property law. Individuals across professional industries respect his in-depth experience as a seasoned legal counselor, advocate, arbitrator, mediator, and bridge builder among business, technology, and intellectual property communities.

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