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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.


The Rule of Law

Article 5 of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) often makes headlines in the UK. Most recently the Government’s plans to extend the time limit for detention without charge to 42 days took a knock after the Council of Europe raised doubts about its compatibility with the legislation. But 42 days is nothing compared […]

Tennant’s super

Eversheds, which is rarely off Tulkinghorn’s radar, accompanied a handful of ­Tulkinghorn’s acolytes to the Royal Shakespeare Company’s latest production of ­Hamlet, with the meet-and-greet helping to ease new managing ­partner Bryan Hughes into the media stewpot. The evening was a ­success, mostly thanks to Doctor Who star David Tennant in the lead role. But […]

Linklaters reveals transatlantic PwC team

And then there were more. Linklaters reveals transatlantic PwC team” />And then there were more. The Linklaters team advising ­PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) on Lehman Brothers’ bankruptcy just keeps on growing. As revealed two weeks ago (, 19 September), the firm has already put a mega 20-partner, 60-associate team on the matter in London. Last week the […]

Sullivan, Davis Polk win roles on $37.8bn AIG deal

Sullivan & Cromwell and Davis Polk & Wardwell have secured roles on US insurance giant AIG’s additional $37.8bn funding. Sullivan & Cromwell chairman Rodgin Cohen is leading a team advising AIG, while Davis Polk & Wardwell partners Bradley Smith and Marshall Huebner are advising the US Treasury and the New York Federal Bank. The move […]


Fox Hayes in second redundancy round

Up to 43 members of staff are set to lose their jobs at Leeds firm Fox Hayes, taking the total number of UK 200 redundancies to 722. Twenty-five members of staff, including 10 fee-earners, have already been made redundant at Fox Hayes. A consultation has just been launched with a further 18, eight of whom […]

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