Smart contracts for everyday legal transactions will use blockchain technology as legal and blockchain providers join forces.
ING insists wrongdoings detected during investigation period are due to collective deficiencies at all levels of management, not individuals.
A landmark win by Hogan Lovells, hailed by the Law Society as a shot in the arm for justice, in principle of client-lawyer confidentiality ruling.
ULaw has appointed former Supreme Court president Lord Neuberger as chancellor, succeeding inaugural chancellor Dame Fiona Woolf.
LALIVE is looking to capitalise on new arbitration business in London and bring in academics with public international law expertise.
Association says families face 'unfair' battle through means-testing for legal aid at inquests, while public authorities access top-level advice.
Siding with applicants, ECHR tests limits of Russia's religious freedom and anti-extremism legislation, sees no justification for book ban.
Italian fashion house Etro has been hit with a lawsuit alleging the brand 'has long concealed a dark and malevolent secret.'
Legaltech company on road to expansion as market grows for services aimed at tracking and controlling corporate legal expenditure.
UK immigration lawyer who 'wrongly claimed' £800,000 struck off, medical evidence mitigation not 'exceptional.'