An unnamed US 9th Circuit judge keeps 'Monkey Selfie' copyright case alive by requesting rehearing.
The European Commission (EC) is proposing new rules to remove regulatory barriers and offer market-led solutions for sovereign bond-backed securities (SBBS).
Artificial Intelligence (AI) will revolutionise trademark prosecution and enforcement by 2023, according to a new research.
German Prosecutors have sold seized cryptocurrency worth €12 million ($13.9 million), the highest such sale in German legal history.
By the time dusk fell on GDPR day last Friday, an Austrian activist lawyer had already slapped global platforms with multibillion-euro complaints.
Firm to expand infrastructure across network with hubs in Singapore, New York, Dubai, London and a virtual European hub.
Annual survey confirms London's number 1 spot, but highlights potential challengers from Europe, Middle East and Asia.
Russia lawmakers to soften draft legislation on international sanctions, but keep criminal prosecutions for critics.
ACC EUROPE CONFERENCE
The Global Legal Post attended the 2018 ACC Europe Annual Conference in Paris and heard a profession reflecting deeply on its role and pressing needs for the future.
As legal services become increasingly commoditised, legal profession and consumer bodies asked for views on price transparency.