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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, willing and able?.
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, analysed, structured, repackaged and leveraged.
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 discretion' on a party regarding a particular matter, there's ...
Business contracts have many functions - to define obligations, establish rights and remedies, specify procedures for how the parties interact, and many others. It's the language of the contract which determines ...
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 as an international legal centre.
Case report: Persimmon Homes v Ove Arup, Court of Appeal 2017. A dispute over asbestos in a Welsh development project.
This case involved the proposed sale of Bristol Rovers football stadium to Sainsbury's for the construction of a new superstore. The sale agreement was conditional on Sainsbury's being able to get planning ...
Our Tech & Comms group hosted its annual Tech Law update at the British Library in London, welcoming over 140 delegates from the UK Tech sector.
Audit clauses in contracts are tools for policing contracting behaviour. While their use is well-established in some sectors, too many businesses (and their lawyers) don't use them at all, or still regard them as ...
The English Supreme Court has clarified the principles to be applied in interpreting express damages clauses, and closed down some of the debate triggered by a milestone decision on damages in the earlier shipping ...
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