Navigating the New Frontier: The Ethics and Potential of AI in Legal Practice
5/9/2024
Jason Primuth, Lexitas
Attorneys are stewards of a proud tradition of justice and fairness, but we also must remain on the cutting edge of technological advancements. One such advancement, Artificial Intelligence (AI), has increasingly become a topic of both enthusiasm and caution in the legal industry.
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Tips & Tricks for Involving the Evolving Paralegal
by: Shawn Siers & Rachel Anyan, Elite Paralegal Services

5/9/2024

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Paralegals have evolved over the last 10 to 15 years. They are entering the workforce with more education and training than in previous years due to college and vocational training programs.
Sounding Out Community Noise Complaints
by: Ryan Harne, Ph.D., P.E., FASME & Eric Ahlberg, Ph.D., P.E., Exponent

5/8/2024

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From construction sites to pickleball courts to traffic congestion, community noise complaints arising from everyday sources create concerns over the effect of noise on well-being and health, the loss of sleep and recovery, and adverse effects on the development of children.
Delicate Dance: Navigating Conflicts When Defending under a Reservation of Rights
by: Mark J. Fucile, Fucile & Reising LLP

2/29/2024

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Defending under a reservation of rights presents insurance defense counsel with unique conflict challenges.