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Twitter’s rebrand to X – an IP minefield or much ado about nothing?

Elon Musk’s decision to rebrand Twitter to ‘X’ could create a number of IP issues, writes Marks & Clerk associate Erik Rõuk

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Law firms need to grasp the nettle on social mobility

Simon Marshall discusses Slaughter & May’s move to become the first major law firm to set social mobility targets and what that says about the rest of the industry

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Some firms might be trying to crack America – but Asia is where the action is

Access to Asia’s growing economies should be a key strategy for firms with a mature, global client base, writes WarwickPlace’s Robert Bata

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How does a law firm’s business support add value today?

Law firms are waking up to the value that operations can bring if done right, writes Bignon de Keyser partner Richard King

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I. Stephanie Boyce: proceed with caution and care on AI

Effective regulation and legislation of AI is needed to maintain confidence of the public and protect against rogue operators, writes I. Stephanie Boyce

Unveiling the power of generative AI: the key implications for legal departments

In-house lawyers should start exploring how generative AI can support their roles, writes independent consultant and business lawyer Greg Stern

Crafting your personal brand in the luxury sector

Lawyers need to spend some quiet time setting out their personal goals, writes Deborah Farone

The future of law will be shaped by people and culture harnessing the power of AI

Tech advancements mean lawyers will work differently in the future but they won’t be replaced by robots, writes Ben Paul, CEO of The BD Ladder

Who won Luxury Law Awards 2023 – and why

The top brands, law firms, legal teams and individuals honoured at Luxury Law Summit London

‘A dynamic process’: Indian lawyers welcome government initiative to reform arbitration regime

High-level review heralds serious drive to boost India’s international status as arbitration seat, reports Ben Rigby

‘Diversity of teams means a diversity of thought’ - five takeaways from Luxury Law Summit London

Maura O'Malley identifies key themes that surfaced during a day of discussion and debate at Luxury Law Summit London

Legal profession still has long way to go globally to improve inclusivity for LGBTQ+ lawyers

At the start of Pride month, the ICC Court of Arbitration's Alexander Fessas reflects on how firms can improve their performance by creating diverse teams

The elite Wall Street legal teams advising on the blockbuster A&O Shearman merger

John Malpas explores the thinking behind the appointment of Davis Polk and Simpson Thacher to advise on the planned A&O/Shearman tie-up

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