How Attorneys and Judges are Addressing New Technologies - Part II
New technologies seem to appear on an almost daily basis. These technologies have -- and invariably will -- become the subject of litigation. The technologies will also become a focus of discovery and raise questions about admissibility. This session will examine how new technologies might “fit” into existing paradigms of the practice of law. Our expert panel will examine highly automated, autonomous, and connected vehicle technologies, as well as biometric technologies, and some of the legal issues they have already presented, and are likely to present in the near future. The panel will also discuss biometric technologies and how they are being used by private companies and governments, some of the objections and legal challenges to them, and cases addressing whether individuals can be compelled to use their biometric identifiers to unlock cellphones or other devices.
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Live Program or Webcast
Dentons US LLP
1221 Avenue of the Americas
New York City, NY 10020
2.0 MCLE Credits | 2.0 Area of Professional Practice
NYSBA Members: $100 | Non-Member: $200
Gail L. Gottehrer, Esq. | Law Office of Gail Gottehrer LLC
Ronald J. Hedges, Esq. | Dentons US LLP
Kiriaki Tourikis, Esq. | Reed Smith LLP
Sponsored by Dentons US LLP, the Committee on Technology and the Legal Profession, the Commerical and Federal Litigation Section, the Law Practice Management Committee and the Committee on Continuing Legal Education of the New York State Bar Association.
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