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Could it be Ethical Not to Use AI?


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 60 minutes
Recorded Date: March 10, 2022
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Agenda

Adoption of AI in the Legal Profession
The Lawyer's Perspective
Advising Clients
        - Bias
        - Privacy
        - Interpretability
        - Moral Dilemmas
        - Current Regulation of AI
Practicing with AI
        - Competence
        - Confidentiality
        - Supervision
        - Unautorized Practice of Law
Policy Questions
        - UBI
        - The Singularity
        - Extinction
Q&A

Runtime
: 1 hour
Recorded: March 10, 2022

For NY - Difficulty Level: For experienced attorneys only (non-transitional)

Description

The risks of integrating AI into the practice of law are important to consider. It requires answering complex questions around bias, transparency, defensibility, and more. But, on the other side of the conversation, there’s an equally important question worth pondering over: If AI does indeed demonstrably enhance the competence of legal representation, could it then be unethical not to use AI? Join us for what is sure to be an exciting discussion featuring some of the most interesting voices at the intersection of AI and the law.

This program was recorded as part of ALM's Legalweek Conference on March 10th, 2022.

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Panelists

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Laura Kibbie

Assistant General Counsel
IQVIA

Ms. Kibbe has over 25 years of legal experience. Currently, Ms. Kibbe handles a full docket of litigation and investigation matters, issues relating to litigation readiness, in-house legal discovery processes, privacy an cross- border litigation transfers and information governance issues.

Ms. Kibbe was Of Counsel at Morgan Lewis and also served as Managing Director, Expert & Professional Services for EpiqSystems and RVM Enterprises. She also served as Senior Corporate Counsel and Managing Director of the Discovery Response Team at Pfizer, Inc., where she started the company's first discovery and cross border function and served as counsel to the information governance team. Prior to Pfizer, Ms. Kibbe was an Associate at Kaye Scholer LLP in New York and an Attorney for Texaco Inc.

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Amy Endicott

Parnter
Arnold & Porter

Amy Endicott helps clients develop strategies to navigate and resolve cross-border technology disputes that arise as her clients undertake the transformation to business models powered by machine learning and enterprise blockchain. An internationally recognized arbitration practitioner based in California’s innovative Silicon Valley, Ms. Endicott has represented chip makers, life sciences companies, and aerospace innovators in international arbitrations conducted under the rules of leading organizations, including the ICC, AAA-ICDR, and UNCITRAL. She publishes and speaks frequently on issues concerning the intersection of AI and law. Ms. Endicott also co-chairs the Steering Committee of the Silicon Valley Arbitration and Mediation Center’s Young Professionals, which is dedicated to fostering dialogue with thought leaders in the technology and arbitration spaces.

In addition to her work in international arbitration, Ms. Endicott assists clients with international litigation and complex commercial disputes. Her litigation practice includes advising clients on cross-border procedural issues and dispute resolution strategy, as well as data privacy requirements. Ms. Endicott not only assists her clients in crafting a compelling narrative for their case but also in managing the litigation process to ensure that each step of the dispute is closely coordinated with in-house counsel and cost-effective.

Ms. Endicott was a dean's fellow at the University of California Berkeley, School of Law where she graduated with a certificate in international law.

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Omar Haroun

Co-Founder & COO
Text IQ, a Relativity Company

As Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Text IQ, Omar drives the commercialization efforts and executive relationships for one of the fastest-growing Artificial Intelligence companies in the US. Initially, Omar focused on acquiring Text IQ’s first customers, including the world’s top life sciences, financial services, energy, technology companies, and government agencies. Today, Omar works closely with executives at these companies, helping them implement AI as a tool for risk mitigation and to power digital transformation.

In May this year, Omar secured a successful exit by selling Text IQ to Relativity. By joining hands with Relativity, Omar and his team at Text IQ are excited to realize their shared vision of helping customers organize their data, discover the truth, and act on it.

Omar has played integral roles across sales, marketing, customer success, and product at different times in the company’s life cycle. He was instrumental in building Text IQ’s strong executive leadership team and steering the company’s fundraising and go-to-market efforts. Omar is passionate about disruptive technology and has a track record of building and operating innovative companies from the ground up.

Prior to Text IQ, Omar co-founded and led Sportaneous, a consumer health company, which was acquired by Greatist in 2014 and subsequently Healthline. As a leader at one of the fastest growing AI companies, Omar is often faced with addressing important questions about how disruptive technology like Text IQ can be used to benefit society. His most recent published work, “Could It Be Unethical Not to Use AI?” provides a perspective on the beneficial uses of AI.

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Bobby Malhotra

eDiscovery Counsel
Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP

Bobby Malhotra is eDiscovery counsel with Munger, Tolles & Olson, where his practice focuses on navigating complex eDiscovery litigation issues.

As a member of the firm’s litigation group, Mr. Malhotra develops innovative, cost-effective and defensible strategies for the preservation, collection, review and production of electronically stored information. He regularly advises clients on issues related to eDiscovery preparedness, planning and execution as well as information privacy and data security. Mr. Malhotra’s extensive experience includes counseling the firm’s financial institution clients on the unique eDiscovery challenges they face in high-exposure matters arising out of the 2008 financial crisis.

Prior to joining Munger Tolles, Mr. Malhotra worked as a senior discovery consultant for multiple top-tier eDiscovery service providers. He also has nearly five years of experience in network engineering, technology consulting and computer programming. During this time, Mr. Malhotra worked on large-scale network infrastructure projects, including several multi-million dollar engagements for Fortune 500 clients where he focused on Cisco and Microsoft operating system administration issues. A true “techno lawyer,” Mr. Malhotra’s technology experience dates back to his first job in college building and configuring application and file servers using Novell NetWare and Windows NT Operating Systems.

Mr. Malhotra is a member of the International Legal Technology Association, American Bar Association: Section of Litigation and Sedona Conference Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production. He has multiple computer certifications, including the CompTIA A computer hardware certification.

Mr. Malhotra received his J.D. from DePaul University College of Law and a B.S., cum laude, in telecommunications from DeVry Institute of Technology. He is admitted to the California and Illinois bars.


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