Artificial intelligence, blockchain, smart contracts, and cloud computing are just a few buzzwords that have found their way into the legal practice in recent years and are already changing the way legal departments and large corporate law firms work.
The introduction of new and innovative solutions will have a profound impact for legal departments and company lawyers in general. In this section of In-House Legal, the different solutions are presented and explained in depth, assessing how they can be used by company lawyers effectively, and establishing how they affect the workflow in legal departments.
The chemical company needed to replace their document management system and have not looked back since
In this first article of ECLA’s Tech Series, Head of Legal Maria Teresa Zucchelli addresses the rise of Blockchain technology and its potential implications in data protection.
At a panel discussion jointly organised by ELCA and hosted in the European Parliament, experts discussed the challenges posed by AI within the legal field.
German court ruling allows company to provide online legal services in landmark ruling for consumer protection
Cologne’s District Court has ruled that Smartlaw, an automated system allowing users to generate contracts online, cannot continue because it is not provided by a law firm.
Initial coin offerings, tokens, smart contracts: In the environment of bitcoin, cryptocurrencies and blockchain there is an ever increasing number of terms with complex contexts.
Everybody’s talking about blockchain: A technology that could revolutionize entire industries and enable completely new business models to emerge. Company lawyers should
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Compliance violations are everyday events in many companies, especially in an international context. And they can result in serious damage. Many companies use electronic analysis tools to track them down.