ChatGPT is in the headlines yet again—and not for a good reason.

While many were unwinding over the Memorial Day weekend, the legal tech world was stirred up by news that first spread via The New York Times and The Verge: a lawyer had used ChatGPT to write a legal brief and filed it in New York federal court. The problem? It was full of fake case citations, and the lawyer never bothered to check them before filing.