The implications for the Scottish market in light of the recent Brexit vote, like the rest of the UK, remain unclear, with the inevitable lengthy negotiation period on the terms of our exit still yet to come. Many of the same issues arise here as in the UK, but there are a number of Scottish … Continue reading “Brexit: so many angles north of the border”
Feature | Technology – in association with Riverview Law
This spring Legalease teamed up with Riverview Law for a conference for in-house counsel focused on cutting-edge automation and AI. EY’s Matthew Whalley gave delegates a view on the prize and the pitfalls
Lawyers working in financial services face their most unpredictable period yet in a post-Brexit environment. IHL assesses the current state of the industry and asks key players about the shape of things to come.
In July 2012, the UK government made significant changes to the adult dependant relative immigration route which previously fell for consideration under Immigration Rule 317. The new rules contained in Appendix FM significantly changed the criteria for this visa category to the extent that, now, comparatively few applicants are successful and the category is all … Continue reading “Adult dependant relatives and the ‘impossible’ threshold”
Paul Gilbert argues that AI has become a marketing gimmick that obscures the shortcomings of legal teams. The words ‘artificial intelligence’ bother me. I want to have a little rant about the words, but I also want to challenge the way in-house lawyers approach technology. On the words, I can legitimately stand accused of using … Continue reading “Artificial bad, intelligence good”