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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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Report flags GDPR's impact on data breach notification

Organisations operating in the UK are reporting data breaches in greater number than in many other parts of the EU, according to international law firm Pinsent Masons.

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GDPR - 72 hour reporting window, a lack of detailed guidance and a fear of fines leads to ICO bombardment as organisations notify the regulator "just in case"

The first year of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) together with the narrow reporting window, lack of detailed regulatory guidance and threat of multi-million pound fines within this, has changed the risk environment for organisations and has led to a dramatic increase in data breach notifications to the ICO, suggests a new report by Pinsent Masons, the international law firm.

Pinsent Masons joins the Valuable 500 campaign to promote disability inclusion

International law firm Pinsent Masons has signed up to the Valuable 500 campaign which seeks to place disability inclusion on the board agenda of 500 global businesses.

Number of SAO regime penalties has increased

HMRC is aiming at the very top tier as it looks to hold executives to account, with a 22% increase in number of fines last year alone.