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When it comes to artificial intelligence in the legal industry, the number of platform options are soaring with almost 70 companies focused on creating AI-enabled legal technology solutions, according to a LawGeex report. It’s also clear that firms and other businesses will want to evaluate and invest in multiple AI platforms to solve different problems, […]

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B&M opens tax practice in Houston

Baker & McKenzie‘s Houston office is launching a tax practice, recruiting Fulbright & Jaworski partner Susan Stone to head the operation. The Houston office was established two years ago and until now has housed just two practices – projects and litigation. James O’Brien, chair of the North American tax practice group, says: “It was always […]

Miller leaves CC Brussels for in-house post at Dexia

Clifford Chance is losing top Brussels partner Axel Miller when he takes on a newly-created in-house role with longstanding client banking group Dexia next month. Miller is a Belgian-qualified M&A and corporate finance specialist. Subject to the approval of Dexia’s board of directors, he will join Dexia as a member of its executive committee and […]

Brief encounter: 12 king's bench walk

The advent of conditional fee arrangements (CFAs) has struck fear into the hearts of many chambers, and apathy in most. In a survey conducted by The Lawyer on 16 October 2000, only one of 30 sets could supply information of their exposure to CFAs. However, for the chambers of Richard Methuen QC, 12 King’s Bench […]

Birmingham raids rival law colleges

The Birmingham College of Law has raided a host of legal institutions to appoint five senior lecturers. Pamela Davie, a partner at Herbert Wilkes, joins from the Nottingham Law School, where she was the course leader in advanced litigation LLM. Stuart Bladon and Catherine Bassatt of Andersen Legal join from the University of Central England. […]

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