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Law Archive - Page 5

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Alex McCready comments on the impact of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard case

Head of reputation and privacy, Alex McCready, recently shared her insights on the high-profile Johnny Depp and Amber Heard case in an interview with The Guardian. McCready described it as "the libel trial of the year, perhaps the decade," providing the public with a rare glimpse into the lives of these two Hollywood superstars.... Read More

Rory Lynch discusses Becker case on Good Morning Germany

Interviewed outside Southwark Crown Court, Rory Lynch discussed Boris Becker's current insolvency fraud case and explained the likely outcome. Becker is facing 28 charges, all relating to allegedly hiding assets from the Insolvency Service after declaring bankruptcy. If found guilty, he could face up to seven years in prison. You can... Read More

The pandemic has changed lawyers’ perception of AI

The legal sector has long been viewed as resistant to change. But, according to new research published this week, this may be about to change – and all because of Covid. On Monday, Luminance, a supplier of artificial intelligence platforms for the legal sector, released a report which documents a sea change in attitudes towards the use... Read More

The six new policies coming into force in September

With lockdown restrictions lifting across many areas of the country, life is returning to some semblance of normality. As part of this process, a raft of new legislation is about to take effect, including specific rules for our new normal and some previously announced policies which are yet to take force. In total, there are six new policies... Read More

How journalists will use your social media to their advantage

Most of us believe what we share on social media is of no interest to anyone. However, in recent years, social media has become a significant source of news for journalists. People share their thoughts and emotions on social media. It could range from a personal tribute to a deceased friend or relative, a small gripe about the local... Read More

Ayesha Vardag discusses HNW marriages with The Sunday Times

The publication of this year's Sunday Times Rich List contained a significant focus on women, analysing gendered differences in pay and assets among the richest individuals in the country.  2020 saw the most women ever feature on this exclusive list but equal representation among the wealthiest is still a long way off: women... Read More

Rory Lynch speaks to LBC about the government's tracking app

Is personal data the key to tackling coronavirus? On Monday, Rory Lynch spoke to LBC about the development of the government's Covid-19 tracking app and its implications for personal privacy. You can listen to the full interview below from 2:36:00. https://www.globalplayer.com/catchup/lbcnews/london/b8DPVZ4/ Read More

Ayesha Vardags discusses her desire for flexible maternity leave

Ayesha Vardag expressed her desire for a more flexible approach to maternity leave in an article with Inews. She shared her personal experience of returning to work within weeks of giving birth to her first child at the age of 26. Even at the age of 50, when she gave birth for the fourth time, she chose not to take any maternity leave. She... Read More

Ayesha Vardag discusses her top advice for making marriages work

Ayesha Vardag discussed with Grazia the top pieces of advice to make a marriage work. Although there is a misconception that divorce lawyers want to tear couples apart, Vardag says, ‘Actually, lawyers have gone into that particular area of law because they really care about families,’ She suggests that divorce lawyers could have gone... Read More

Rory Lynch discusses Meghan Markle privacy battle on Channel 5 News

Rory Lynch returned to Channel 5 News this week to weigh in on Meghan Markle's privacy battle against the Mail on Sunday. The Duchess of Sussex is suing the Mail on Sunday over a letter to her father Thomas Markle which the newspaper published in February last year. She alleges breach of copyright, breach of data regulation laws and... Read More
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