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Consumers choose cheaper, faster ‘lawbots’ over expensive, slow lawyers

New research into the use of digital technology in the UK legal sector has revealed that seven out of 10 consumers would choose a ‘lawbot,’ a customer facing, automated ... Read More

Online scammers captured after causing Eur 18 million of damage

After six years of preparation and coordination, the international Operation Warenagent has seen the arrest of 15 individuals, thought to be members of a network responsible for online fraud ... Read More

Russia passes tax haven laws to bypass sanctions

International firms can use new laws to establish an offshore domicile and thereby bypass sanctions. The Russian parliament’s upper chamber has approved a package of laws to enable Russia-controlled ... Read More

Ex-Head of Volkswagen suspected of tax evasion in Germany – Reports

The prosecutors of the German city of Braunschweig are suspecting former head of Volkswagen AG Martin Winterkorn of tax evasion, local media reported on Sunday. The investigation began in ... Read More

Nestlé lost a 16-year legal fight to dominate the chocolate bar market

KitKat’s makers have suffered a major setback in its 16-year quest to dominate the market for four-fingered chocolate bars. Nestlé applied to trademark the distinctive trapezoid shape of KitKats ... Read More

17 EU countries warned for failing to implement cybersecurity law

The European Commission has sent warnings to 17 EU countries for failing to implement cybersecurity law, after missing a May 9 deadline. The European Commission has issued warnings to ... Read More

The reason EU fined Google €4.34 billion

The European Commission has issued an announcement to inform that decided to impose a total fine of €4.34 billion to the technology giant Google. According the announcement, The European Commission ... Read More
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Tonnes of fake goods worth USD 25 million seized in worldwide operations

Pharmaceuticals, food, vehicle parts, tobacco products, clothing, and agrochemicals are among tonnes of fake goods seized in INTERPOL-led operations across four continents. Coordinated by INTERPOL between March and May ... Read More
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Australasian lawyers see benefit of doing things differently

Lawyers in Australia and New Zealand are more open to new ways of doing things, a comprehensive new study has found. Peerpoint, Allen & Overy’s consultant lawyer platform, surveyed ... Read More

EU anti money-laundering rules enter into force

New EU rules against money laundering, which entered into force Monday, introduce stricter transparency requirements on the real owners of companies and strengthen the fight against terrorist financing. The ... Read More
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