Chad M. Moore Appointed to NJ Supreme Court Committee on Generative Artificial Intelligence

Hoagland Longo Partner Chad M. Moore, leader of the firm’s Technology Committee and Civil Litigation practice group, has been appointed by the New Jersey Supreme Court to serve on its Committee on Generative Artificial Intelligence.

Members of the newly formed Committee include attorneys, technology experts, judicial leaders, and security specialists. The Committee is tasked with providing recommendations to the Court on the potential legal and ethical issues that artificial intelligence may present to court operations and the practice of law. This will include recommendations on education and training of judges, attorneys, and litigants as well as the use of AI in legal contexts.

In his litigation practice spanning over two decades, Chad handles matters in the areas of general liability, bad faith, personal injury litigation. At Hoagland Longo he also serves as Chair of the Technology Committee and as member of the Executive Committee. In addition, Chad is President of the Trial Attorneys of New Jersey, a statewide organization dedicated to promoting the interests of the public at large, the interest of the litigants involved in civil and criminal cases, and the interests of the bench and bar.