Alan S. Wernick to Discuss "Using AI Ethically & Responsibly in Your Legal Practice" for American Bar Association Webinar


Aronberg Goldgehn attorney Alan S. Wernick will examine how the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the practice of law can pose ethical risks for lawyers in an upcoming American Bar Association webinar.

The panel discussion, entitled “Using AI Ethically & Responsibly in Your Legal Practice,” will discuss the ethical pitfalls of using AI by looking at the ABA Model Rule of Professional Conduct related to competence, supervision, the unauthorized practice of law and confidentiality.

Alan will join a national panel of two other practitioners and a judge. The webinar will take place at 1:00 pm Eastern/12:00 pm Central time on June 11 and is free for ABA members and non-members. CLE credit is available in some jurisdictions. For more information and to register, click here.

Alan Wernick is an experienced business transactions attorney, advocate and arbitrator/mediator handling legal matters for businesses in the areas of information technology, privacy/cybersecurity and intellectual property law (copyright, trademark, trade secrets, licensing). For more than forty years, Alan has been a trusted leader and advisor, having worked in large law firms, as in-house counsel and as counsel to and advocate for middle market, Fortune 500, Fortune 100 and startup clients. His extensive, multidisciplinary background in law, business, accounting, auditing, computer science, the information technology industry and Alternative Dispute Resolution (“ADR”) is the analytical foundation for his understanding of the technology and business drivers underlying business agreements, complex transactions and disputes. Alan is a member of the Business Law section of the American Bar Association and frequently writes for its Business Law Today publication.

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