E-Contracts: Enforcement and Liability of Contracts created by AI

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60 minutes

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Presented By

Annmarie Giblin

This presentation is a more legally detailed follow-up to the popular presentation E-Contracts: How Artificial Intelligence will change it all.  Contract formation is evolving, and not just the way we negotiate and draft contracts, but also the technology we use to streamline the process. As contract negotiation and formation becomes an automated process, who is held liable and what happens if there is a mistake? Please join us for a discussion with Annmarie Giblin, cyber law attorney and thought leader, to discuss the legal issues that may arise when AI plays a bigger role in the formation of contracts and how these legal issues may shape future contract disputes.  

You will learn: 

  • How technology is already changing contract drafting and negotiation, and how U.S. case law is already responding
  • What regulations are relevant to this issue and how they may evolve in response
  • How the fundamental legal concepts supporting contract formation and enforcement may apply to a contract created and negotiated by AI, the potential legal gaps and pitfalls that may emerge in response, and how to be legally prepared for it all.

This course was created in collaboration with Parley Pro and is included in our “Future of Contracts” webinar series.  If you enjoyed this course, check out the other courses in this series:

T-Shaped Legal Department

Sales and Legal: A Love Story

CLM Journey: Where to Begin

E-Contracts: How Artificial Intelligence Will Change Everything

For additional information on how Parley Pro can help with your contract management needs, check out their CLE Companion Affinity Partner Page.

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