Artificial Intelligence and the Law 2022 Update: How Evolving AI Technology Is Impacting the Law and the Practice of Law (On Demand Seminar)

MCLE Credits: 2.0
Ethics Credits Included: 0.0

MCLE Credit: 2.0 (Ethics: 0.0)
Live-Interactive Credit: 0.0
Price: $149 (Includes a downloadable audio version.)
Viewable Through: 01/31/2025


A pre-recorded streaming video replay of the January 2022 webcast, Artificial Intelligence and the Law 2022 Update: How Evolving AI Technology Is Impacting the Law and the Practice of Law (Online Seminar).

Course Outline

  • Examine artificial intelligence laws and regulations, including federal and state regulatory actions and the proposed European Commission Regulation on Artificial Intelligence (Eur. Council Reg. 2021/0106(COD) (proposed Apr. 21, 2021)
  • Understand how artificial intelligence is impacting litigation and transactional matters, and its relationship to privacy regulatory compliance
  • Discover how artificial intelligence is being used in the practice of law

This seminar focuses on the law of artificial intelligence (AI) and the impact of AI on legal practice. It offers attorneys an opportunity to develop a better understanding of AI, including its history, uses, and limitations, as well as the developing law related to AI.

The seminar begins with a survey of AI and its applications. It examines how current law is being applied to AI technology and how regulators are attempting to address future concerns with the technology. Finally, the seminar includes a review of how AI is being used in the practice of law.

Topics Covered:

  • A brief history of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML)
  • The current state of AI/ML, including applications of the technology
  • Where AI/ML technology is heading
  • The fundamentals of ethical AI and its relationship to privacy and data security regulations
  • How current laws apply to AI and a view into the future of AI regulation, including federal and state regulatory action and the European Commission’s proposed Regulation on AI
  • Considerations when litigation or transactional matters involve AI
  • How use of AI by an attorney implicates legal ethics rules
  • How AI is impacting discovery, legal drafting, risk management, and more


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E. Brian Alexander, Omina Technologies / McLean

Brian Alexander has worked with technology companies for 25 years in roles ranging from advisor to executive. He graduated from Florida International University with a B.S. in mechanical engineering. He entered private law practice after graduating magna cum laude from the Catholic University, Columbus School of Law. While in private practice, he represented technology organizations in intellectual property, regulatory, corporate, and litigation matters.

For the last 10 years, Mr. Alexander has advised companies in diverse industries regarding enterprise governance, risk, and compliance, including privacy and data security compliance. He is currently the CEO of Omina Technologies US, an AI engineering and professional services firm that specializes in Trustworthy and Compliant Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning solutions. At Omina, he is responsible for corporate strategy and management.

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