Sir Louis Blom-Cooper has died aged 92.
Committee offers 22 recommendations to fight fake news, but says there is no silver bullet to deal with the issues and caution is needed.
French court orders divisive far-right politician to undergo psychological assessment after she disseminated images of extreme violence.
British legal history will be made when women form the majority on the bench to decide case in UK highest court for first time.
Barcelona bar association warns of collapse in courts due to overload resulting from European court decision on mortgage contracts.
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Disruption has opened up a world of opportunities for the legal marketplace in the UK, says Jeffrey Catanzaro.
China's president and vice-premier tell AI experts collaboration needed on the ethical and legal aspects of AI and intellectual property.
A number of incidents involving BMW cars catching fire has led to government action on changing the rules of class action in South Korea.
Music producer working with singer Sarah Brightman waits on Der Bundesgerichtshof as the court seeks input on interpretation issues.
Law firms have been slower to adopt AI than other sectors but clients say it improves time efficiency by 50 per cent.
UK companies and auditors told relegating climate considerations to CSR in annual reports is no longer good enough.
The law firm will run a programme helping tech pioneers develop and market their businesses.
Ropes & Gray, Vinge, Advokatfirman Cederquist are advising on the $855m pharma deal.
In this month's Bookshelf, The Global Legal Post's Editor-At-Large, Dr David Cowan, picks three topical books on hate, China and the US.