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Artificial Intelligence: The facts, the fiction, the future?

You could be forgiven for thinking that AI is the "fairy dust" product that instantly delivers quick and accurate results. Behind the hype there are real possibilities for its application to the delivery of legal services, but what do in-house teams – and their internal clients – need to know to bring artificial intelligence to life?

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PSNI holiday pay case could have UK-wide implications

This week's decision by the Court of Appeal in Belfast on the PSNI's liability for historic holiday pay could ultimately have repercussions for employers elsewhere in the UK, an employment law expert has warned.

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Pinsent Masons advises Premier Technical Services Group on takeover

International law firm Pinsent Masons is advising Yorkshire based Premier Technical Services Group plc on its recommended acquisition by an entity set up by the Australian investment group Macquarie.

Tax investigations now taking over three and a half years to settle – four months longer than last year

HMRC’s tax investigations into large businesses are now taking more than three and a half years to settle, reaching a record 43 months in 2018/19*, up 10% from 39 months in 2017/18, says Pinsent Masons the international law firm.

Pinsent Masons appoints Susan Stockwell as fifth Artist in Residence

International law firm Pinsent Masons has appointed artist Susan Stockwell as its new Artist in Residence.