The EU may investigate Apple Pay if there are formal complaints, while Google and Amazon are very much on the radar.
ECJ may say Britain need not divorce but Brexit could learn from speedy divorce pilot, while law society worries about weaponization potential.
Singer, who was named in the so-called paradise papers, reportedly faces criminal tax fraud charges, but says her case is 'unique.'
New conveyancing system takes effect in Ireland from new year's day 2019, offering streamlined and transparent process.
Scots legal profession seems to be getting the memo on work/life balance and gender equality, but survey reveals some mixed results.
After much mulling over new Swiss blockchain legislation, finance minister says current laws can be adapted.
New generation law firm WALLESS plans to break convention with focus on openness and trust.
A Dutch man who requested to change his age, because he feels younger, has his application denied.
Birgit Sølling Olsen, formerly of the Danish Maritime Authority, to receive the annual International Maritime Prize in London on Thursday.
Case against Ihor Kolomoisky and Gennadiy Bogolyubov thrown out, but leaves fraud claims for another court 'somehere, someday.'