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Denver Chapter Meeting - Artificial Intelligence and the Legal Profession: Ethical Issues

  • 16 Jul 2019
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (MDT)
  • Ryley Carlock & Applewhite 1700 Lincoln Street Suite 3500 Denver, CO 80203

Please join us on Tuesday July 16, 2019 for our next Denver WiE Chapter meeting and Board Elections. The deadline for nomination to the WiE board is July 5th. Applications can be found here. If you have any questions about board positions feel fee to email denver@womeninediscovery.org.

John C. Lemaster from Ryley Carlock & Applewhite will be presenting a CLE Presentation on Artificial Intelligence and the Legal Profession: Ethical Issues.

Artificial Intelligence is becoming an integral tool for modern lawyers. This presentation will give a brief overview of what A.I. is and how it is being used in practicing law, then discuss ethical issues related to the use of A.I., including: eDiscovery and Predictive Coding; Work Product and the "Black Box"; The Unauthorized Practice of Law; Duty of Competence; and Duty of Diligence.

Please arrive at 11:30 to check in, grab lunch, find a seat and vote on your new WiE Board. Thank you to Ryley Carlock & Applewhite for hosting this event!

If you are interested in participating, please RVSP.

We hope to see you on July 16th!

Cheers,

Women in eDiscovery - Denver Chapter

Presented by John C. Lemaster

John Lemaster has more than 30 years of experience managing and trying complex commercial cases. John’s broad base of experience has given him the opportunity to try a number of jury and non-jury trials, arbitrations, and other evidentiary disputes, and to use many alternative dispute resolution mechanisms to resolve litigation when appropriate. John’s extensive experience includes litigating multi-party cases, multi-jurisdictions cases, and multi-suit cases. John has been involved in litigating class actions, collective actions, and even a defendant class action representing a class of shareholders of an association. John managed multi-million dollar litigation against corporations and governmental entities. John has represented a professional sports team in a player trade grievance made by another team alleging fraud and misrepresentation.

At the firm, John served for many years as the Litigation Practice Group Leader and currently serves as the Litigation Department Chair. John also heads up the firm’s Document Control Group (DCG), one of the first dedicated practice groups created to provide managed document review in litigation, investigations, and due diligence for clients and other law firms. John serves on the firm’s Executive Committee and is the firm’s Risk Management Shareholder.

John has earned an AV-Preeminent attorney rating by Martindale-Hubbell. He has been named to Arizona’s Finest Lawyers, to Best Lawyers in America since 2008, and to Southwest Super Lawyers since 2010.


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