BOSTON — As members of the legal profession figure out how best to tap into the potential of artificial intelligence in managing their practices, the recent misadventure of two New York personal injury lawyers sends a message that couldn’t be clearer: HANDLE WITH CARE.
Last month, a federal judge handed down a $5,000 penalty against a New York City personal injury firm and two of its lawyers as part of an order of Rule 11 sanctions. The fine was handed down for the attorneys’ filing of a ChatGPT-generated pleading that included six phony case citations.
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