Controversial law requires statements deemed false by government to be 'corrected'
Dan Reed steps into AI debate with The Times article claiming many are in denial about its potential
Firm marks Wheeling transformation with a renaming to the Global Operations & Innovation Center.
Responding to digital disruption and client demand for legaltech, Irish firm Matheson launches new, multi-disciplinary digital services group.
New product partnership aims to provide business intelligence solution for ProLaw Customers.
Herbert Smith Freehills says it is bringing digital and legal skills together as it seeks to serve clients in the face of digital transformation.
Lawyers welcome UK legal statement on the status of cryptoassets and smart contracts given by the chancellor of the High Court Sir Geoffrey Vos.
Firm collaborates with Microsoft to launch white papers on AI and open banking.
Technological transformation firmly on general agenda but in-house legal teams facing increasing pressures, says new report.
UK communications giant gives ABS to law firm months after forming strategic partnership general counsel portrayed as transforming and simplifying.
Firm accepts bitcoin while advocacy groups and lawyers raise concerns of criminality and ethics, but they are not the first.
Former general counsel leads lawtech project as UK ministry injects £2 million to promote technology change in the legal sector.
Firm launches pilot and training with plan in place to expand across Asia Pacific and create fully-functional legal bots.
Swansea University and the Welsh Government announce £5.6 million investment in LegalTech and access to justice, including cyberterrorism research.
ITechLaw kicks off Dublin conference with a call for comment on AI framework, as authors highlight attempt to synthesise a number of national efforts globally.
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