E-discovery is a $9 billion industry and is expected to more than double in size to over $18 billion by 2022, data reveals.
Governance questions hang over Samsonite as CEO Ramesh Tainwala steps down after allegations he did not bag himself a PhD.
As social media buying increases in the cosmetics industry, consumers say it is the brands' responsibility to protect them.
Researchers in Finland and Canada find the ethos and culture of law firms discourage men from taking paternity leave, maintaining gender inequality.
New global hires, and two hires replacing ousted counsel, feature in this week's round up of appointments.
In this month's Bookshelf, The Global Legal Post's Editor-At-Large, Dr David Cowan, picks three books on cybercrime, robots and remote warfare, echoing concerns of a new military-technology complex
London's fate as a centre for dispute resolution post-Brexit was a hot topic at the recent Paris Arbitration Week event, says barrister Shantanu Majumdar of Radcliffe Chambers.
Antitrust complaint by Yelp is revisited following EU's ruling last year that Google misused its dominance.
Report reveals levels of unpreparedness, with one in four organisations unlikely to comply until end of the year.
The Belt & Road initiative needs offshore investment to succeed, says Elise Donovan, Director, BVI House Asia.