Who's lying here: ChatGPT or the lawyer?
Here's what I'm talking about...
Recently, a NY personal injury lawyer got in trouble for citing three cases in his federal court motion memo. The cases were non-existent.
He claims he relied on ChatGPT; that's his "dog ate my homework" excuse.
The NY Times article has a headline foreshadowing a different take.
The headline would be more accurate if it said:
"Here's what happens when an in…