Aparajitha set to acquire Allsec Technologies' labour law business
Aparajitha Corporate Services is set to bolster its market leadership in compliance solutions with the acquisition of Allsec Technologies' 'labour law' compliance arm, valued at Rs 27 crore.
Who the backers back: Why diversity in Australian VC funding portfolios should be made public
Diverse companies outperform less diverse peers, McKinsey report shows, prompting calls for Australian venture capital funds to publicly disclose diversity levels within their investment portfolios.
Macfarlanes participates in commercial preview of Lexis+ AI
In a move towards innovation, London law firm Macfarlanes has announced its collaboration with LexisNexis, testing the newly launched Lexis+ AI in the UK commercial market.
Chief Justice anticipates significant AI impact on law
Supreme Court Chief Justice, John Roberts, urges careful implementation and underscoring the irreplaceable values of human judgement.
OpenUK announces speaker lineup for State of Open Con 24
OpenUK reveals speaker roster of over 140 leading tech, open source, law, and policy experts for SOOCon24 conference. .
Predicted growth in cloud-based Electronic Laboratory Notebook market
The cloud-based Electronic Laboratory Notebook (ELN) services market is projected to reach US$701.7 million by 2029, according to a new report.
Voice analytics market projected to reach USD 9.33 billion by 2030
The voice analytics market is set to soar to $9.33bn by 2030, fuelled by growing use of voice recognition tech.
Semperis appoints Malcolm Turnbull to Strategic Advisory Board
Former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has been appointed to the strategic advisory board of cyber resilience company, Semperis.
CMA introduces Green Agreements Guidance for sustainable business
Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) introduces new guidance to help businesses collaborate on environmental sustainability while complying with the law.
Secureworks identifies malicious Qakbot ransomware campaign
Secureworks' Counter Threat Unit researchers have long maintained active monitoring of the botnet and detected the disruption activity on August 25.
Maddocks streamlines negotiations in the renewable energy space
Using OutSystems, Maddocks built five customer-facing solutions promoting a streamlined collaboration between the company and its clients in less than a year.
Automation and AI in the law sector: threat or opportunity?
AI and automation can help accelerate the productivity of existing teams, enabling firms to make the most of their resources and boost their overall efficiency.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - An update from G-P
Globalization Partners CEO Bob Cahill discusses updates to the company's platform and the talent shortage in ANZ.
Why is business intelligence important for legal firms and why should you care?
The legal profession in Australia is more competitive than ever before, with a 45% increase in solicitors since 2011.
Appian Low-Code Platform helps MinterEllison with automated practices
Australian law firm MinterEllison has automated its business process management system using the Appian Low-Code Platform, saving 42,000 billable hours in 2023.
Weak breach data disclosure laws for IP theft leaves vital Australian industries vulnerable
Lack of mandatory reporting for intellectual property (IP) theft leaves Australian industries vulnerable to cyber attacks and foreign competition.
Mercury charged by ComCom following complaints of misleading customers
Mercury NZ charged for misleading customers over early termination fees, with ComCom filing seven charges under Fair Trading Act.
The NZ TCF endorses move by ComCom to promote TDR dispute scheme
New Zealand Telecoms Forum welcomes Commerce Commission's push for greater access to dispute resolution scheme.
Cybercrime in Aotearoa: How does New Zealand law define it?
‘Cybercrime’ is a term we hear all the time, but what exactly is it, and how does New Zealand define it in legal terms?.
Aotearoa gets a new Privacy Commissioner: Michael Webster replaces John Edwards
Michael Webster, who is currently the Secretary of the Cabinet, will step into the Privacy Commissioner role on 5 July 2022.
Appian awarded billions in damages against Pegasystems Inc.
Appian has been awarded USD$2.036 billion in damages against Pegasystems Inc as the result of a jury verdict in the Circuit Court for Fairfax County, Virginia.
The GDPR and NZ: Why this relationship is so important to the future of data privacy in Aotearoa
In 2018, a new unprecedented data privacy law took the EU and, by association, the rest of the world by storm.
It's time for Kiwis to define the meaning of digital identity in Aotearoa
NZ's push for digital identity gains ground as new bill passes first reading.
Innovating legal: Why now & how intelligent automation can help
A wave of innovation is impacting every aspect of the legal profession, as the sector becomes more client-centred and future-focused.