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    Does up-to-date website content mean no rest for the wicked?

    21 March 2018

    Generating new content for websites takes time and resource, says James Noble.


    Modernising the courts: investing in technology

    02 March 2018

    In the face of increasingly sophisticated international competition, are our courts doing enough to stay up to date? John MacKenzie of Shepherd & Wedderburn says there is more work to be done in the County Courts.


    Litigation funding enhances Singapore as dispute forum

    26 February 2018

    Has Singapore missed a trick in not permitting third-party funding for all cases heard by the Singapore International Commercial Court, ask Charlie Morris and Lara Hofer of Woodsford Litigation Funding?


    Luxembourg prepares for opportunities after Brexit

    22 February 2018

    What role will Luxembourg play in the current challenging international environment? Edouard D'Anterroches discusses business in the Grand Duchy after Brexit.


    The big bang for alternative legal services providers

    16 February 2018

    Will 2018 be the 'big-bang' year for the use of Alternative Legal Services providers, asks PwC's Peter Workman?


    AI is out, augmented intelligence is in for 2018

    05 January 2018

    Chatbots and conversational search will be the focus for legal technologists next year, say Jeff Pfeifer of LexisNexis and Josh Becker of Lex Machina who give their predictions on what's hot and what's not.


    UK financial regulator widens its net

    29 December 2017

    The financial regulators are already enforcing breaches of the Senior Managers and Certification Regime, aimed at supervising more financial services employees.


    Four trends driving the need for legal networks

    02 January 2018

    Advances in technology and multijurisdictional transactions are just some of the changes increasing the demand for legal networks, says Tanna Moore.


    Coty ECJ win provides a degree of comfort

    29 December 2017

    Whilst the Coty win is good news for luxury, companies must beware of restrictions in distribution agreements which could breach competition law, say Trudy Feaster-Gee and Richard Butterworth of Walker Morris.


    Digitalisation is not for the elderly

    29 December 2017

    The FCA's recent proposed changes to powers of attorney have dangers for vulnerable people, says Dawn Joughin of Excello Law.


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