Legaltech

Law firms navigate Microsoft outage and emphasise need for tech resilience

Profession appears relatively unscathed as flawed software update causes global chaos

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Ashurst agrees global partnership with legal AI platform Harvey

Anglo-Australian firm joins names such as A&O Shearman and Reed Smith to adopt Harvey’s technology

Lawyers urged to embrace AI as LIDW explores city’s global dispute centre credentials

Ben Rigby reports from London International Disputes Week’s main conference in Westminster

Navigating public access to UPC court documents

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

Gillard and Goldsmith join speaker line-up for London International Disputes Week

Former Australian prime minister and UK secretary general will discuss state-related dispute resolution at June event

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Herbert Smith Freehills launches global digital legal delivery practice

Four hundred-strong practice brings together alternative legal services and tech teams

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

Microsoft, Ford GCs among in-house teams collaborating on generative AI initiative

Factor’s The Sense Collective project seeks to accelerate AI adoption in corporate legal departments

Legalweek organiser condemns reported instances of sexual harassment at offsite parties

ALM pledges to champion ‘meaningful, positive change’ within legaltech community after LinkedIn post by woman attendee goes viral

Opus 2 unveils new CEO amid US growth push

Greg Blackman succeeds Martin Coen at case preparation and dispute hearings software provider

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Slaughters seeks out generative AI-focused products for next incubator programme

Magic Circle firm opens applications for fourth round of its Collaborate initiative

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