[Webinar] Demystifying Artificial Intelligence, ChatGPT, and Large … – JD Supra

One cannot read a legal industry publication these days without coming across extensive references to an ongoing revolution in the use of artificial intelligence in legal processes. Yet most lawyers and legal professionals do not have a good understanding of the potential impact of generative AI, ChatGPT, and large language models on their work. This webinar will explain this new technology and its implications for the practice of law. The webinar will also provide practical guidance on how to integrate the new technologies into the workflows of corporate legal departments and law firms for the purpose of improving the quality, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness of legal services, while also satisfying the ethical requirements related to using these technologies.
We will discuss a variety of potential and actual use cases, including:
Expert Panelists
+ John Rosenthal, Partner and Chair of eDiscovery & Information Governance Practice, Winston & Strawn LLP
John Rosenthal is Partner and Chair of the eDiscovery & Information Governance Practice at Winston & Strawn LLP, where represents clients in an array of complex commercial litigation and MDL matters. Chambers USA highlights his abilities as a “very strong litigator,” lauded for his “mastery of material,” whose “depth of intelligence about the market is unparalleled.” LawDragon 500 has recognized him as one of the top 500 litigators in the United States. John is considered a leading practitioner globally on the issues of e-discovery, information governance and privacy. John supervises a team of lawyers, project managers and technologists providing a wide array of services across the electronic discovery reference model. He also acts as national e-discovery counsel for numerous corporations. John is a former steering committee member of Working Group 1 of the Sedona Conference on Best Practices for Electronic Discovery and Records Management, a group of lawyers, judges, and vendors focusing on the development of the law regarding electronic discovery and retention issues. John is also a participant in Working Group 6 of the Sedona Conference International Electronic Information Management, Discovery and Disclosure, which focuses on international issues relating to disclosure, cross-border discovery, and privacy. John is also a member of the Advisory Board to the Georgetown Law School E-Discovery Institute. He was co-chair of the FJC – EDI Judicial Training program from 2017 to 2019. He is the editor-in-chief of the eDiscovery Advantage. He has also authored or been a contributing author several seminal writings in the e-discovery field. 
+ Ashish Prasad, Vice President and General Counsel, HaystackID
Ashish Prasad is Vice President and General Counsel of the electronic discovery and document review company HaystackID. Widely regarded as a leading expert on discovery in the United States, and ranked by Chambers USA for many years, Ashish has served, among other things, as: Litigation Partner and Founder of the Mayer Brown Electronic Discovery and Records Management Practice; Founder and CEO of Discovery Services LLC; and Vice President and General Counsel of eTERA Consulting. Ashish’s thought leadership, training and education experience includes, among other things, positions as: Executive Editor of The Sedona Principles: Best Practices Recommendations & Principles for Addressing Electronic Document Production (2004); Co-Editor in Chief of Electronic Discovery Deskbook: Law and Practice (2009); Co-Editor in Chief of The General Counsel’s Guide to Government Investigations (2017); Board Member, Executive Editor of the Distance Learning Program, and Chair of the Diversity Committee of the Electronic Discovery Institute (EDI); Co-Founder and Board Member of the Government Investigation and Civil Litigation Institute (GICLI); Chair of the Practicing Law Institute’s Electronic Discovery Seminar; and Adjunct Professor of Law at Northwestern University Law School. In addition to his work in the areas of complex litigation and electronic discovery, Ashish serves as a co-investor and strategic advisor to legal technology and services companies, and the venture capital and private equity investors in those companies. Ashish’s current projects include a forthcoming case book, Complex Litigation and Discovery Management, and a scholarly article on the intersection of the federal civil rules and litigation technology. Ashish graduated from the University of Chicago Law School, where he was a Member of the Law Review, and the University of Michigan Honors Program, where he graduated with High Honors and High Distinction.
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