Lieff Cabraser partner Rachel Geman will be speaking as part of an upcoming Berkeley Law program on “AI and Evidence in Civil Litigation: An Introduction and Discussion of the Issues.” Taking place today, Friday April 12th, this event promises to be a stimulating exploration of the intersection between artificial intelligence and the legal landscape.

Rachel will co-lead a panel discussion titled “Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Civil Litigation,” alongside esteemed experts:

Andrea Roth, Berkeley Law

Magistrate Judge Peter H. Kang, US District Court–Northern District of California

Brandie Nonnecke, Berkeley Law

Lucilla Sioli, Director for AI and Digital Industry, DG Connect, European Commission

Tejas N. Narechania, Berkeley Law (Moderator)

For more details, visit Berkeley Law’s website.

About Rachel Geman

Rachel GemanRachel Geman is a partner in Lieff Cabraser’s New York office and the Chair of the firm’s False Claims/Qui Tam practice group. Her practice is dedicated to representing whistleblowers, employees, and consumers in complex class action and False Claims Act matters. Rachel is the employee-side Chair of the ABA’s Workplace and Occupational Safety and Health Law Committee; the Chair of the NELA/NY amicus committee; and a CDRC-trained community mediator.

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