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The Growing Use of Artificial Intelligence Applications

Who (or What) Is Liable for AI Risks?

The question of “Who is liable?” in the digital age is a good one and raises several insurance implications.
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Adjusting To The New Normal On Campus | Gold/Fox: Non-Billable

Sarah Gold and Michael Fox are back for season 3 of Gold/Fox: Non-Billable. This week they talk to each other about what it's been like returning to teach on campus with COVID-19 precautions in place and how they're adjusting to the new normal.
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Lawyers Are the Guardians of Justice

President Scott M. Karson Issues Statement Honoring the 30th Anniversary of the Lawyer Assistance Program

Scott M. Karson, president of the New York State Bar Association, issued the following statement in honor of the 30th anniversary of the association’s Lawyer Assistance Program: “The pioneering effort of the Lawyer Assistance Program has saved the lives of countless struggling lawyers, helping them restore their good health and resurrect their careers. Over the … Continued
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30 Years of the LAP: Countless Lives Saved and Careers Resurrected

On the surface, Jeffrey (not his real name) was a leading litigator who had won many criminal and civil cases and argued before the Court of Appeals. Underneath, he harbored a dark secret. Raised in an affluent Jewish family on Long Island, Jeffrey’s father routinely and intensely abused him, starting at the age of 5. … Continued
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What Makes A Virtual Lawyer Happy?

Prior to the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, most lawyers had not worked exclusively from home. While the newfound family time, flexibility and elimination of long commutes were readily apparent gains of remote work, once the indefinite term of remote work became a reality, it lost its luster for some. Those with space constraints and … Continued
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Daily Coronavirus Update: Jury Trials Underway in NY, Thousands Report for Grand Jury Duty

Good afternoon Members, In her weekly update today, Chief Judge Janet DiFiore said the state’s first jury trial “pilots” began last week in Suffolk, Schuyler and Erie counties where there were five new jury trials – four civil and one criminal. All five started on schedule and a civil trial in Suffolk County reached a … Continued
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The Civil Case Against Harvey Weinstein, the NCAA and the University of Southern California with Elizabeth Fegan | Miranda Warnings

Elizabeth Fegan, lead counsel for several plaintiffs in a civil suit against disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, joins David to discuss what the likelihood of her case becoming a class action suit, how Weinstein's bankruptcy will impact any future successful judgments, and how his upcoming trial in Los Angeles could delay key aspects of the civil suit.
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New York State Bar Association Appoints Task Force To Assist Policymakers and Journalists in the Midst of a Contentious Election

The New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) has appointed veteran election lawyer Jerry H. Goldfeder to chair a task force of legal scholars who will advise fellow attorneys, journalists and members of the public on issues related to the upcoming 2020 presidential race. The eight-member panel will focus on a variety of subjects, including constitutional … Continued
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The Electoral College and its Implications for the 2020 Election

As we relearned in 2016, a candidate can win the national popular vote and lose the presidency. Hillary R. Clinton received 2.87 million more votes than Donald J. Trump, but lost the Electoral College 304 to 227, with 270 votes needed to win. When the electors met in December, two Trump electors in Texas bolted … Continued
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‘I Had to Prove It; They Did Not:’ Kathleen Rice Discusses Campaigning While Female

When Kathleen Rice ran for New York attorney general in 2010 as the sole female candidate, the New York Times asked her press secretary what kind of shoes Rice wore. She questioned if the opposing candidates were asked the same question and pointedly refused to answer the question. Similar questions were asked about how she … Continued
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