Friday, March 29, 2019

Internet Newsletter for Lawyers March/April 2019

The latest issue of the Internet Newsletter for Lawyers is now published.
In this issue:
  • Copyright – Simon Stokes of Blake Morgan looks at how copyright law is being challenged by disruptive technologies like AI and blockchain
  • Online dispute resolution – Graham Ross of ODR training sees smart settlement tools as an opportunity for mediators
  • Remote working – Shireen Smith describes the benefits of remote working based on the experience of moving her firm
  • Algorithms – Will Richmond-Coggan of Freeths explains how algorithms work and considers the legal protections
  • Driverless cars – Matthew Claxson of Moore Blatch looks at regulatory and industry progress and ahead to the future
  • Court technology – Alex Heshmaty of Legal Words surveys technologies currently employed in the courtroom
  • The web – Nick Holmes on how Tim Berners-Lee and other leading players see the state of the web 30 years on
Image: Adapted detail from the cover of Digital Copyright.

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