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Southwestern Law School

Monday, September 18, 2023

Lawyers Generally Leery of AI to Estimate Damages

Charles Toutant at has an interesting piece on AI services to estimate damages for plaintiffs' lawyers.  So far, the verdict is that they don't see the value in it.  Here is a sample:

“I wouldn’t do it. I don’t feel comfortable enough delegating my work to anyone other than the attorneys in my office,” said Nicholas Leonardis, a personal injury lawyer at Stathis & Leonardis in Edison, New Jersey. “We’re hired by the clients for our skill and expertise, and that’s what they pay for, and that’s what they’re entitled to. I don’t think the clients hire an AI company. The way I look at it, the clients hire me, the clients want my expertise and they’re going to get it.”

The article (behind a paywall) is here.

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