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K&L Gates | USA | 16 Sep 2019

From The Jetsons to Reality, or Almost: What Employers Need to Know About Robots and AI in the Workplace

Many readers will remember The Jetsons - a futuristic world in which sophisticated robots in both the home and the workplace had the ability to do


Stephenson Harwood LLP | Singapore, United Kingdom, European Union, etc. | 28 Aug 2019

Data Protection update - August 2019

The European Court of Justice has found that the operator of websites that make use of Facebook’s ‘like’ button, where that button causes the


Latham & Watkins LLP | United Kingdom, European Union | 23 Aug 2019

Readiness for PSD2: APIs Fall Short, but More Time for SCA

In an effort to evaluate the readiness of banks to comply with the revised EU Payment Services Directive (PSD2), Tink, a banking platform and data


Global Data Review | USA | 22 Aug 2019

Who should be responsible for data breaches?

The US legal system rarely holds third-party IT and cybersecurity providers liable for data breaches, but experts say that could - and perhaps should


Stikeman Elliott LLP | Canada | 9 Aug 2019

You've Been Hacked: Board Cybersecurity Liability and Risk Management

When it comes to cyberattacks, even the mighty fall. From rogue employees to inadvertent leaks, the number of breaches in Canada continues to climb


K&L Gates | Global | 7 Aug 2019

Trending: Security as a service

Remember the time when you first heard about cloud computing and it took you a few moments of quiet contemplation before you wrapped your head around


Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP | USA | 29 Jul 2019

How Senior Management Causes Its Own ERP Problems

We often write about the mounting number of failed digital transformations, especially those involving an ERP software system. More often than not


Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | Australia | 29 Jul 2019

Challenges & Opportunities as CDR legislation nears enactment

Herbert Smith Freehills’ briefing on the progress of the Consumer Data Right (CDR) regime in Australia following the CDR Bill’s introduction into


Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP | USA | 22 Jul 2019

SAP, Accenture and The Weakness of Entrenched Success

After retiring from a wildly successful career running Ford and then saving Chrysler from bankruptcy, Lee Iacocca was asked by an interviewer how


Gowling WLG | Global | 17 Jul 2019

Emerging legal issues in an AI-driven world

Artificial Intelligence ("AI") is the new marketplace reality. The increase in computing power, improved algorithms and the availability of massive

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