All cases at the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) Courts will be dealt with electronically from 1 July, as the government plans to go paperless by 2021.
Three democracy activists are freed, but court upholds stricter sentencing guidelines for future public order and unlawful protest offences.
Australian-based litigation funder, IMF Bentham, "sells" its US cases to its American parent company.
A $50 million settlement with Britain's largest pension fund, followed a previous $2.95 billion deal agreed earlier this year.
Toronto court allowed service to be done by social media app.
A review of litigation operations has seen the firm hire three partners from competing firms and a new focus on client technology.
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