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31 July 2018

Regulation-bot: the rise of AI legislation

With the fourth industrial revolution fast approaching, artificial intelligence (AI) remains a consistently hot topic on the Lexology hub . As practitioners around the globe debate the pros and cons of AI in their various industries, international authorities face the daunting task of regulating an evolving digital landscape.   

24 July 2018

Help – they won’t write! Engaging lawyers in content marketing programmes

At Lexology, we work with over 600 law firms globally to help them with their content marketing programmes, but we regularly hear from members of marketing teams that they are unhappy with the volume of content their firm is producing.   

13 July 2018

When big brands go to war: chocolate, heels and Play-Doh hit the headlines

Brand names like Coca-Cola, Adidas and Christian Louboutin are recognised around the world, but in recent months they’ve appeared in the courts as much as on advertising billboards and in glossy magazines.   

11 July 2018

Lexology tackles the 2018 FIFA World Cup

With the countdown now on to the England football team’s World Cup 2018 semi-final against Croatia, our Lexology contributors have spent the past few weeks considering the various legal issues raised by football fever.   

10 July 2018

Lexology scorecard: June 2018

In this scorecard, we look at key data from June 2018 on Lexology including the most popular articles, topics, jurisdictions and work areas.   

05 July 2018

The gig economy in court – implications for employers

Pimlico Plumbers : lifting the lid on misclassification claims? The UK Supreme Court’s recent judgment in Pimlico Plumbers Ltd v Smith has brought the hazy status of workers operating in the gig economy back into the spotlight – and Lexology readers far and wide have taken notice. Although the case ...