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Tips for Catching Deepfakes in Evidence

By Laura Temme, Esq.

Many who create deepfakes just do it for fun, but manipulated videos and audio have made their way into litigation. So how do we keep fakes from being admitted as evidence. We've identified a few things to watch for when reviewing audio and video evidence that seems too good (or bad) to be true.

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Law Firm Tests Whether It Can Sue Associate for 'Quiet Quitting'

By Joseph Fawbush, Esq.

"Quiet quitting" and "double dipping" with multiple full-time jobs are some of the newest buzzwords about the modern, remote workplace. Both of these issues may be affecting the legal industry, although it isn't clear to what extent. But for the first time in a legal filing,…

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ABA Votes To Keep Admission Tests Requirement

By Arin E. Berkson, J.D.

For the second time in six years, the American Bar Association (ABA) has voted to keep the law school entrance exam requirement in place for schools seeking ABA accreditation. The vote took place at the ABA House of Delegates’ midyear meeting in New Orleans. The ABA’s…

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Bumpy Road Ahead for All in Adoption of AI in the Legal Industry

By Vaidehi Mehta, Esq.

2023 feels more like Y2K with the exponential growth in artificial intelligence. My, how far we've come from SmarterChild. It seems like just yesterday we could barely imagine the world of "WALL-E"; now, we can't imagine a world without DALL-E. But with the recent tsunami of…

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How to Break Up With a Client

By Laura Temme, Esq.

In November, a federal judge granted Greenberg Traurig LLP's request to withdraw as Ye's counsel in a copyright action filed by Ultra International Music Publishing. The judge ordered the firm to personally serve him with their motion to withdraw, but in a December letter, Greenberg Traurig stated that Ye had stopped responding to communications. A process server couldn't find him at any of his known addresses. Eventually, his phone was disconnected altogether.

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Lawyer Suspended for Instructing Clients to Spread COVID-19, Other Misconduct

By Arin E. Berkson, J.D.

Normally, bankruptcy lawyers advise their clients on how to legally achieve a discharge of their debts. They explain to their clients that the bankruptcy system offers a fresh start to the proverbial “honest but unfortunate debtor.” But that wasn’t the case for one recently suspended Colorado lawyer who encouraged his chapter 7 bankruptcy clients to spread COVID-19 to opposing counsel, among other egregious misconduct.

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