Lawyer fined $5,000 for using ChatGPT in court brief with fake case citations

  • Steven Schwartz from Levidow, Levidow & Oberman used ChatGPT for legal research.
  • This resulted in court brief containing fake cases and opinions that seemed authentic.
  • Law firm fined $5,000, ordered to send letters to judges falsely identified as fake opinion authors.
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