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Artificial Intelligence in the UK: ready, willing and able?

United Kingdom - June 18 2018 A panel from the 'House of Lords', the second chamber of the UK parliament, has recently released its report on AI titled, AI in the UK: ready...

Charlie Cazalet.


Data, Database Law, and Digital Innovation - Lessons from the Technomed Telemedicine case in the English High Court

United Kingdom - February 8 2018 Data - to repeat a heavily-used soundbite - is "the new oil". But it's not just data which can be valuable, but how data is captured, classified...


Decision-making under commercial agreements: Far-reaching legal changes gather pace: part 2

United Kingdom - November 28 2017 The law shaping decision-making under business contracts is evolving. As we explained in Part 1 of this bulletin, where a contract confers a 'genuine...


Decision-making under commercial agreements: Developments in the law gather pace: part 1

United Kingdom - September 20 2017 Business contracts have many functions - to define obligations, establish rights and remedies, specify procedures for how the parties interact, and...


English legal services after Brexit: Britain's most senior judge speaks up

United Kingdom, European Union - July 28 2017 Since the British public voted in June 2016 to leave the European Union, there has been a lot of comment about the possible impact on Britain's role...