There may need to be some coverage disputes before indemnity insurers work out how to deal with bad advice given by AI systems used by lawyers, a City firm has warned.
As legal advice is increasingly driven by AI, clients will have to be informed whether they are being advised by a machine or a human lawyer, a top judge has urged.
A sole practitioner who practised without authorisation or indemnity insurance for 12 years to 2016 has been struck off by the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal.
The Land Registry has set itself the target of completing the first fully digital transfer of a property in the coming year to prove the value of smart contracts.
More people than ever are prepared to have their personal injury claim handled completely online, according to research by a leading law firm as it prepares to become ‘small claims ready’.
The British student entrepreneur who created the DoNotPay chatbot – initially to challenge parking tickets in the US and UK – yesterday launched it as an app with 15 different services.
HM Courts and Tribunals Service has agreed to set out the “real-world impact” of its court modernisation programme in the next three months.
A legal costs and pricing specialist has designed artificial intelligence-powered software that it says will help law firms price work faster and more accurately.
A proptech pioneer aiming to create a data-driven escrow service for conveyancers is exploring the use of blockchain security and is considering white-labelling its product.
Three top City law firms have joined a high-powered international consortium to launch a platform that aims to set industry standards for the use of AI, smart contracts and other new tech.
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