Three instances of 'gross Incompetence,' sexual misconduct and assault tarnish reputation of the legal profession from courts to the law school.
As the World Cup comes home from Russia, France closes office in Moscow following 'illegal arrest' of funds and blocking of French law.
The new system is part of a drive to modernise the Saudi legal system, aimed at enhancing the confidence of domestic and foreign investors.
The Law Society has set up the first of three evidence sessions to explore the use of algorithms in UK.
Following failed Samsung proxy fight leading to huge corruption probe, activist investor Elliott wants $770m in damages.
Registered trademark protection helps US companies innovate and grow according to a new study linking registration to employment.
PwC has to pay $625.3 million in damages to the FDIC after fraud led to one of the largest bank failures of the global financial crisis.
Compliance officer compensation 2018 report reveals higher compensation and job satisfaction, especially for those with law degrees.
Despite serious questions hanging over litigation and arbitration decisions in London, Helen Conybeare William urges caution when selecting other jurisdictions.
Law firms have been slower to adopt AI than other sectors but clients say it improves time efficiency by 50 per cent.
Survey reveals UK Legal departments less likely to use innovative technologies than counterparts in the US and globally.
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.