Expert evidence is useful in derivatives mis-selling litigation but not always prized by the judges.
The legal profession has stepped up efforts to provide support to the victims of last week's fire at Grenfell Tower in West London.
A survey of 250 business owners has discovered that 54 per cent of business owners were baffled by employment law jargon.
A group of associations have got together to draft new proposals for leasehold reform in the UK.
Whilst most would refuse to take advice from a robot for complex cases, one in five British people would put their faith in an automated, robotic service - such as a chatbot - to provide simple legal advice.
LawBot X is launching in July in seven countries with the new platform hosted on Facebook messenger and was founded by four Cambridge law students.
Firms licensing as alternative business structures have not taken advantage of private equity, with an inability to present the information to investors as one reason given.
LAW FIRM EXPANSION
The firm has appointed finance partners Mark Wesseldine and Fergus Wheeler in London.
Law firms have come under pressure from general counsel to up their game on cybersecurity with some of the largest law firms in the spotlight.
Europeans working in top British companies have little support from their employers over Brexit, feel discriminated against and are preparing to leave the country, according to a Baker McKenzie survey.