Below is a list of all articles published on the site since 1998 (most recent first)
- Facebook, Illegality and the E-commerce Directive 20/01/2017
In light of the judgment in CG v Facebook in the Northern Ireland Court of Appeal, Professor Lorna Woods asks: when is Facebook liable for illegal content under the E-commerce Directive?
- E-commerce: EC to Lower the Burdens of Cross-border Taxation 11/01/2017
Heather Burns explains how proposed changes to the taxation of cross-border digital services represent an acknowledgement of the unintended consequences of digital legislation.
- Most Exponential Law Firms 2025 10/01/2017
An entertaining and insightful article from Rohit Talwar and Alexandra Whittington, as they look ahead to a very different law firm environment in 2025. Their stories from the future might just motivate you in the present.
- Book Review: Robots in Law 09/01/2017
Laurence Eastham reviews Joanna Goodman’s book, Robots in Law: How Artificial Intelligence is Transforming Legal Services, published by Ark Group (148 pp, £99) ISBN: 9781783582648
- What Happened to My Contract? 06/01/2017
Alex Charlton QC, Matthew Lavy and Gideon Shirazi review the effect of recent Court of Appeal decisions on a common contract clause that seeks to prevent variations to contractual terms outside the specified change control procedure
- Filling the Evidence Gap: A Case for the Internet of Things? 03/01/2017
Malcolm Dowden and Alastair Mitton suggest a specific application of the IoT that might help in dispute resolution
- Editorial 02/01/2017
Laurence Eastham reflects on some impending changes in legal practice
- Predictions 2017 – Tech and More 02/01/2017
A selection of predictions covering technical issues and developments affecting lawyers and the wider world
- Predictions 2017 – Tech Law and More 02/01/2017
A selection of predictions, mainly concerning anticipated legal developments
- Predictions re Communications and ISPs 02/01/2017
Neil Brown with some near-term thoughts and predictions
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