International

Law firms urged to get ‘houses in order’ over GDPR compliance

Insurance specialist sets up data protection taskforce to carry out full ris

10 Aug 2017 | International

Lawyers risk prosecution for failure to report suspicion of financial sanctions breaches

Treasury reporting requirements updated to include ‘independent lega

10 Aug 2017 | International

What you need to know about GDPR and Privacy Shield

Julia Chain ponders what future eDiscovery considerations will arise from regulatory and information governanc

08 Aug 2017 | International

Free abortions for NI women in England

Funding to be made available through the Government Equalitie

29 Jun 2017 | International

End of an era as Grech steps down as Slaters’ CEO

Departure part of wider restructuring forced by US private equit

29 Jun 2017 | International

March of the robots: The rise of artificial intelligence in the legal profession

Drooms is working on replacing time-demanding manual work with AI that allows analysts, sellers, and buyers – and their lawyers – to focus on executing mor

21 Jun 2017 | International

High Court hears challenge to government’s closure of Dubs scheme

Government consultation with local authorities was ‘seriously flawed’, says human right

20 Jun 2017 | Human rights

CMS embroiled in £65m negligence claim

Businessman claims world’s sixth largest law firm has breached solicitor

19 Jun 2017 | International

Bridge a sport for VAT purposes, says AG opinion

Mental element alone can satisfy definition o

19 Jun 2017 | International

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