New York Lawyers Sanctioned for ChatGPT Citation

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Judge P. Kevin Castel highlighted the dangers for attorneys using the artificial intelligence tool ChapGPT where in they included citations of non-existent court cases and required these New York attorneys to pay a $5,000 fine for use of the non-existent cases.  The decision highlights the importance in work that attorneys perform in drafting briefs by performing actual research and not relying on the artificial intelligence tool ChapGPT.

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