- October 21, 2020
Are there “digital gaps” in our law?
In February 2016 an 18-year-old cyclist, travelling at 18 mph on a fixed-wheel track bike with no front brakes, crashed into and killed a 44-year-old woman as she was crossing Old Street in London. The tragic accident exposed a potential gap in UK criminal law. The offence of causing death by careless and dangerous driving … Continue reading Are there “digital gaps” in our law? →
- June 10, 2020
LegalTech in the most advanced digital society in the world
I grew up in the old Soviet Union and for me, as for many other Soviet citizens, the three Baltic republics (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania) were a strange island of relative liberalism in the USSR. They had medieval towns, signs in Latin alphabet letters, cosy cafes serving real coffee, glossy magazines and far greater numbers … Continue reading LegalTech in the most advanced digital society in the world →
- April 30, 2020
How smart does a contract need to be to be a smart contract?
Smart is the new black! We use smart-phones to make calls, smart-watches to check the time, and watch news on smart-TVs, while sipping tea prepared by a smart-kettle. Smart-cars driving us through the streets of smart-cities to our smart-homes, while we are doing a bit of smart-working, are just around the corner. The legal profession … Continue reading How smart does a contract need to be to be a smart contract? →
- March 10, 2020
And what are we doing about LawTech?
Out of the blue your CEO asks you a question about some latest trend in the legal world, which they have heard about from a fellow CEO over a gin and tonic. The CEO didn’t quite catch all the details, but it sounded like “that thing” could save a lot of money and allow lawyers … Continue reading And what are we doing about LawTech? →