Pinsent Masons brings flexible lawyer service to Hong Kong

VARIO HAS LAUNCHED IN HONG KONG! Pinsent Masons has expanded its flexible lawyering arm to Hong Kong. It is in response to a growing demand in the Asia-Pacific region from lawyers who want to work differently and more independently. Matthew Kay, managing director of Vario: ‘The legal world is changing, and more businesses need quality[…]

How to make legal products more accessible through design

“It is really important to understand that applying design principles to legal work does not mean that you are drawing flowers on a due diligence report or adding a couple of icons to a contract.” “It is about focusing on the users and getting to know your end-user before you do anything. That is something[…]

Contax are contenders for the Legal Week and The Lawyer Awards 2019

Contax Law began development of an App for its pool of contractor lawyers in June 2018 and focused on creating a product which is easy to use and capable of enhancing the community support we already provide. We plan to launch the App within the next couple of months. CX’s mission is to build flexible career paths for our[…]

Majority of in-house teams will take to AI

A recent global business survey has predicted that well over half of in-house legal departments will have AI systems set up over the next year, with an aim that it will help with analysing and reviewing contracts. US analyst Ari Kaplan Advisors, acting for Seal Software – a supplier of AI-based contract review systems, found[…]

Contax to be launching their App in 2019

Contax Law have some exciting news – we will be launching our new App in 2019! What is the app for?  We appreciate how busy our CX lawyers lives are. Our contractors are on-the-go people who may not have the time to constantly check our LinkedIn or website for new job postings. So we have[…]

Will Brexit harm UK patent law?

Patent lawyers from England and Wales are to visit the US this spring for a series of roadshows, aimed and sending across the message that their work will be unaffected by Brexit.  The roadshows will take place in Washington DC, Boston and San Francisco with the new president of the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys[…]