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Why trust is the key to success in legaltech

The SRA recently published its Technology and Innovation in Legal Services report. One key feature was improving user trust in legal technology. It’s much more important that you’d think.

“Fire Safety Form” requirements now in force

Following Dame Judith Hackitt’s review into the Grenfell Tower disaster, the so-called “Planning Gateway One” is now in force. This is one of three gateways, or checks and balances, to regulate the life of a higher-risk building.

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Mishcon recruits K&L Gates’ City competition head

K&L Gates has lost its London antitrust and regulation group head Neil Baylis to Mishcon de Reya, as the latter ramps up its lateral recruitment in the City for 2019. Baylis joined K&L Gates in 2002 after starting off his legal career at Clifford Chance. He then moved to Ashurst as an associate in 1996, […]

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Linklaters makes up largest number of partners since pre-recession days

Linklaters has announced its partner promotions for 2019, with 11 lawyers elevated in London. Overall, 33 lawyers have been made partner worldwide, the highest number since before the recession. The magic circle firm promoted 38 lawyers in 2007. The associates made up in London are corporate lawyers Derek Tong, Tom Thorne and Charles Turner; John […]

Kirkland mulls office move after rapid City expansion

With Kirkland & Ellis showing no signs of scaling down its recruitment efforts in London, the firm is understood to be reassessing its real estate options that could include a move away from its iconic home in the Gherkin. Kirkland is thought to be considering a number of options, including the prospect of a move […]

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