The firm, which denies wrongdoing, issued a statement clarifying its position after it became embroiled in allegations over the sale of a jet to the son of Equatorial Guinea's dictator.
Organisations partner to support journalists with legal defence fees, while number of journalists murdered nearly doubles in 2018.
Consumer, privacy and public health groups urge US regulators to investigate whether children are being endangered by Google deception.
Looking to the year ahead, Baker Botts' London and Brussels lawyers highlight data issues as a major trend expected to dominate 2019.
Malaysian prosecutors files charges against Goldman Sachs and two bankers, seeks fines of over $3 billion.
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Dom/sub relationships have strong patterns that are worth noting
Singer, who was named in the so-called paradise papers, reportedly faces criminal tax fraud charges, but says her case is 'unique.'
Microsoft chief calls for new regulation to govern the widespread roll-out of facial recognition technology to avoid bias and discrimination.
Disruption has opened up a world of opportunities for the legal marketplace in the UK, says Jeffrey Catanzaro.
Images are especially potent when they are familiar to us. Images of 'good' and 'bad' pack a punch because they form the bedrock of what we expect to happen
Lack of knowledge is leaving in-house counsel and their companies dangerously exposed and risking negligence, warns insurance chief.
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.