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Future of Work Oct 04, 2023

What's New In Legal? September 2023 Round-Up

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The beginning of fall has ushered in a host of fascinating developments that have legal professionals and tech enthusiasts alike buzzing with excitement. From thought-provoking discussions on the implications of AI and technology regulation to pondering the future of work in the legal sector, this past month has been nothing short of eventful. 

Let's dive into the September 2023 highlights and discover what the future may hold for the dynamic field of law. 

 

AI Developments 

  • Navigating bias in generative AI [Legal Cheek] 
  • AI Foundation Models And Outcome Prediction In Legal Services [Mondaq] 
  • Should your business let the AI search crawlers in? [Raconteur] 
  • Embracing Artificial Intelligence In Commercial Contracts Whilst Navigating The Risks [Insider] 
  • The Legal Implications of AI [Gorvins Solicitors] 

 

AML&Compliance 

  • Global Legal Technology Market 2023-2030: Navigating Legal Compliance Challenges - The Rising Demand for Integrated Legal GRC Solutions [Research and Markets] 
  • Top tips for agents considering charging their clients for AML [Property Industry Eye] 
  • Fraud cases on the rise in England and Wales, study finds [Global Legal Post] 

 

Tech Regulation 

  • Google faces £7bn legal claim over anti-competitive search engine practices [The Irish News] 
  • Six tech giants designated as gatekeepers under EU Digital Markets Act [Irish Legal News] 
  • AI taskforce launched to address gaps in law [Personel Today] 
  • Ripple’s Recent Legal Win Sets Precedent for Crypto Industry [Investing.com] 

 

Future of Work 

  • Revealed: The UK top 100 law firms 2023 [The Laywer] 
  • Commercial Litigation Trends in Hong Kong [Lawyer Monthly] 
  • In-house lawyers admit to tensions with marketing colleagues [CDR] 
  • Attention to detail most important soft skill for lawyers, research finds [Legal Cheek] 
  • Smaller UK firms positive on future despite rising costs and fee pressures, study finds [Global Legal Post]

 

ESG 

  • Find more sustainable ways to be a law firm - Rob Aberdein [The Scotsman] 
  • Lawyers have a key role to play in transition to low-carbon heating - Laura Sefton [The Scotsman] 
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