As AI becomes more pervasive and lawyers are seeking guidance on how to navigate our rapidly evolving AI legal and regulatory environment, we are seeing a big increase in continuing legal education (CLE) events regarding AI and the law.

These events are often produced by law firms, bar associations, law schools, legal tech providers, general

Last week (on Valentine’s Day), the leading airline Air Canada was ordered to issue a refund to a customer who was misled by its chatbot. This case has received a fair amount of attention across the internet and social media.

The facts of the case are pretty straightforward. An Air Canada customer sought to obtain

Last year the internet went into a frenzy after pictures like the one above of Pope Francis wearing a puffer jacket were circulated. These images were created by generative AI and of course it demonstrates the powerful nature of AI technology.

The Pope has also been proactive in stressing the importance of ethical AI.

The annual Data Privacy Day 2024 was earlier this week on Sunday, January 28th. I originally thought that the data privacy people worked with the people at Hallmark to help make a Data Privacy Day. In any event, I didn’t receive a card in the mail to commemorate Data Privacy Day!

Of course, as we

This has been a tumultuous week in the football world as two of the all-time greatest coaches have stepped down from their jobs.

After 17 seasons and 6 college football championships, Nick Saban announced that he was retiring from being the football coach of the Alabama Crimson Tide.

Soon afterwards, Bill Belichick left the NFL’s

Happy New Year!

I’m excited about 2024 and our new year provides new opportunities for alll of us.

Check out my latest #3Strikes video on LinkedIn where I shared these “Top 3” focus areas for lawyers in 2024:

1. Artificial Intelligence: It will continue to be “AI all the time” in 2024. Since technology

Congrats to former Major League Baseball (MLB) manager Jim Leyland who was just elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Above is a picture of Leyland’s first MLB baseball card when he took over as manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates back in 1986 – and he sported the “Abe Lincoln” style Pirates hat šŸŽ©.

IĀ remember being in Junior High School when President Reagan nominated Sandra Day O’Connor to be the first female US Supreme Court justice back in 1981.

At that time it was very, very long overdue to have a woman sit on our country’s highest court.

I have always admired Justice O’Connor. Not just because she