ChatGPT cited ‘bogus’ cases for a New York federal court filing. The attorneys involved may face sanctions.

Roberto Mata’s lawsuit against Avianca Airlines wasn’t so different from many other personal injury suits filed in New York federal court. Mata and his attorney, Peter LoDuca, alleged that Avianca caused Mata personal injuries when he was “struck by a metal serving cart” on board a 2019 flight bound for New York.

Avianca moved to dismiss the case. Mata’s lawyers predictably opposed the motion and cited a variety of legal decisions, as is typical in courtroom spats. Then everything fell apart.

Avianca’s attorneys told the court that it couldn’t find numerous legal cases that…

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