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iLaw | Technology law firm in London
Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property: challenges to the existing legal framework
Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) is no longer a mere computer which is capable of thinking or reasoning. It now encompasses a
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iLaw | arbitration law firm in London
The Devil Is In The (Service) Details: Evasive Respondents And The 2014 LCIA Arbitration Rules
Service of proceedings should be simple and straightforward. But what happens when you are faced with an evasive Respondent? In
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iLaw | CIS law firm in London
International arbitration is of no assistance in Russian fraud cases
The business lockout around Europe and Russia puts M&A and other commercial projects on hold but does not stop criminal
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iLaw | corporate law firm in London
Breathing space for struggling businesses
The UK Government has announced that measures put in place in March 2020 to help protect businesses from insolvency during
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CIS law firm in London
Russian legal profession and legal professional privilege in the eyes of the High Court
EWHC 2437 (Comm)]   The judgment arises from a claim brought by PJSC Tatneft (“Tatneft”), one of the biggest Russian
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iLaw | Blockchain law firm in London
Blockchain & Cryptocurrencies Legal and Regulatory Round-Up: #2
Despite the summer period, the global regulatory landscape in the blockchain and crypto-sphere has been as active as ever over
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CIS law firm in London
Russian ‘Bad Debts’ Banks Expand Fraud Suits Against Ex-Top Managers and Ex-Owners
Russian state-controlled lenders The Bank of Non-Core Assets (Bad Debts), created on the basis of National Bank Trust PJSC, and
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Law Society Excellence Award 2020 shortlist
London’s iLaw shortlisted for prestigious legal award
iLaw has been shortlisted for a prestigious Law Society Excellence Award, the highest accolade for law firms in England and
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The modernization of the LCIA rules
The modernization of the LCIA rules
The LCIA have announced a long-awaited update to the LCIA Arbitration Rules.  Updates will also be made to the LCIA
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Jaguar Land Rover loses battle to protect the shape of a car
Jaguar Land Rover loses battle to protect the shape of a car
In 2016, Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) applied to the UK Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) to register six UK trade marks
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