Navigating public access to UPC court documents

Balancing confidentiality and transparency is an evolving landscape for UPC proceedings, writes Mewburn Ellis partner Matthew Naylor

Fusing food and fashion: bon appétit à la mode

In the fashion and food industries, successful collaborations underscore the importance of protecting brands and innovation, write Remfry & Sagar lawyers Radha Khera and Bisman Kaur

A problem shared is a problem halved: is that the case for lawyers?

Creating a safe space for lawyers to share their feelings can improve mental health and wellbeing, write Nikki Edwards and Avneet Baryan

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The Post Office scandal’s far-reaching impact on litigation funding

Third-party funding’s role helping to expose a widespread miscarriage of justice has put it under unprecedented political scrutiny, report Ben Rigby and John Malpas

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Encouragement and caution: USPTO’s guidance on AI-assisted patent drafting

The USPTO is leaning on old rules to help govern AI-related patent filings, write Holland & Hart partners Philip Harris and Nathan Mutter

Best practices for AI change management in legal technology

Integrating AI into everyday working life for lawyers means firms and in-house teams need to adopt a comprehensive change management programme, writes Litera’s Adam Ryan

Uncertainty follows SEC stay of contested climate disclosure rule

Legal challenges and US elections could determine timing and scope of climate-related disclosure requirements, write Debevoise lawyers Ulysses Smith and Isabelle Glimcher

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The end of an era as HSF’s arbitration head Paula Hodges bows out

After 16 years at the helm, Hodges will hand reins to new practice co-heads, reports Ben Rigby

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Is enforcement of foreign arbitral awards safe against fraud?

A recent case raises the question of whether the English civil court procedure is robust enough to protect an innocent party against fraud, writes Signature Litigation arbitration partner Neil Newing

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The significance of clarifying and communicating purpose for female leaders

Being clear about purpose can help female leaders drive lasting change, writes Phoebe Waters

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The perfect partner part two: a trusted evaluation process

Tougher operating conditions means law firm leaders may need to rethink their partner performance evaluation process, writes Moray McLaren

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The perfect partner part one: revisiting and redefining partner contribution

Law firms worldwide are reevaluating partner remuneration strategies amid rising costs and economic uncertainties, writes Moray McLaren

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Boosting investment in Black and minority ethnic businesses

More work needs to be done to ensure Black and minority ethnic entrepreneurs can access funding, writes Hogan Lovells counsel Fenella Chambers

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