Emerging Technology, Automation And Ethics
Total Credits: 1.5 in Ethics. Attorneys admitted 2 years or less are not eligible to receive Ethics credit via a program recording.
Emerging Technology, Automation and Ethics – Presented by the NYSBA Corporate Counsel Section on October 14, 2016, at the Business Law/Corporate Counsel Sections' Joint Fall Meeting in Albany, "Doing Business in NYS: Challenges & Opportunities."
As technology evolves and clients become more cost-conscious, opportunities present themselves to utilize technology to streamline your practice and, in some cases, automate certain tasks. Attorneys can spend less time on tasks, focusing on the substance, while clients are content with the efficiency. But, the question always forefront on our minds as attorneys: what are the ethical pitfalls, and how do we avoid them? This panel discusses cutting-edge legal technology and the ethical considerations.
NYSBA Member price: $50 | Non-Member Price: $75
Corporate Counsel Section or Business Law Section Member Price: $35
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Nathan A. Huber, Director of Business Development, Premonition
Lance Koonce, Esq., Davis Wright Tremaine, LLP
Nehal Madhani, Esq., Alt Legal Inc.
Natalie Sulimani, Esq.
Katherine Suchocki, Esq., New York State Bar Association
Bonus segment (Free)
Keynote Luncheon Address: "Building Smarter Cities: Trends, Research & Lessons Learned"
Speaker: Meghan Cook, Program Director for the Center of Technology in Government, University at Albany
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- October 14, 2016
- Online On-Demand