Legal Features

The role of a professional deputy in a clinical negligence case

In certain clinical negligence claims such as cases involving catastrophic brain injuries, it is important to discuss the potential need for a professional deputy with the Claimant and/or with their family or guardians to explain how a professional deputy can assist

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AI and legal compliance & practice management – regulations, policies and controls

By Elaine Pasini, Head of Communications, at Legal Futures Associate Institute of Legal Finance & Management (ILFM) Artificial Intelligence (AI) is currently not regulated per se. However, the government is fully aware that the UK requires change for regulators to… Read More

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Four ways to use AI in law firm marketing today

By Legal Futures Associate MLT Digital During the course of the last year, AI has emerged as one of the most transformative developments in the legal marketplace. As a law firm digital marketing agency committed to prosperity, trust, and innovation, we’ve… Read More

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The first FRC costs war, post 1 October 2023

Nick McDonnell looks at the problem of non-PI cases begun before the new fixed costs regime but settled after, where part 8 proceedings are issued

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Generative AI – The need for clear thinking

The legal industry has traditionally struggled to keep up with technology. With artificial intelligence (AI) evolving quicker than any other technology, we need to be mindful of its limitations and walk before we run with these new innovations.

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Retrospective or not retrospective, that is the question

As the debate heats up over the Litigation Funding Agreements (Enforceability) Bill, it is crucial to understand what is the true vice in retrospective legislation.


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