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  • GDPR compliance still lagging

    More than one year after implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), nearly one-third of companies doing business in the EU have failed to achieve compliance with the regulation. Further, only 57% of those tasked with managing organisational GDPR compliance express confidence that their business is actually following the rules (EBA).

    Wednesday, 31 July 2019
  • Using AI to sort through foreign language documents

    The ability to quickly understand and then pare down a universe of collected data for review is an essential component of many investigations. This becomes even more complex when documents in need of review contain character-based languages. To avoid the high cost and amount of time associated with human translation and document review, international law firms are now employing artificial intelligence (AI) to simplify the process.

    Wednesday, 12 June 2019
  • Knovos launches next generation of eDiscovery with eZReview® update

    Latest software version employs built-in analytics for comprehensive eDiscovery – from data processing through production

    Tuesday, 4 June 2019
  • Global GDPR Terminology: Lost in Translation

    When it comes to comprehending the intricacies of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), legal information management professionals on either side of the pond may occasionally find themselves further confused by the difference in meaning between terms used in Europe versus the United States.

    Monday, 25 February 2019
  • Using technology to comply with ‘portability’ under GDPR

    This article will focus on this one specific section of the GDPR, article 20, which requires ‘portability’ of data containing personal information, and in particular the technical measures to be taken.

    Monday, 5 November 2018

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A new route to practice rights for chartered legal executives

Following approval from the Legal Services Board in May 2022, CILEx Regulation has launched an alternative route for chartered legal executives to obtain independent practice rights.


NFTs, the courts and the role of injunctions

In May, news broke that a non-fungible token was the subject of a successful injunction made by the Singapore High Court. The NFT in question is part of the very valuable Bored Ape Yacht Club series.


Matthew Pascall

Low-value commercial cases – an achievable challenge for ATE insurers

There are many good claims brought for damages that are likely to be significantly less than twice the cost of bringing the claim. These cases present a real challenge for insurers.