New on Internet for Lawyers May/June 2021


Joanne Frears of Lionshead Law considers the intent and effect of the proposed new EU AI Regulations.

The EU AI Regulations: taming the machine

Richard Howlett of Selachii & Co introduces non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and explains the risks involved for artists, traders and collectors and how to guard against them and how to guard against them.

What are non-fungible tokens?

Alex Heshmaty updates us on the slow progress down the road to the adoption of driverless cars.

The long road to driverless cars

Alex Heshmaty looks at the effects of recent management decisions based on faulty software.

When automated decisions fail

Harriet Wakeman of Temple Garden Chambers explains public enquiries, the scope of the Covid-19 Inquiry and how long it may last.

The Covid-19 Inquiry: what do we know?

The Digital Solicitor Podcast promotes and explores the benefits of digitisation within legal services. The latest podcast is entitled Confidence in the Cloud.

News and updates

What does the Cloud offer law firms?

Lord Briggs expresses disappointment with the Online Money Claims service.

Triage should be properly built in to the Online Money Claims process

Matt Terrell updates us on what’s new at vLex since the acquisition of Justis.

What’s new at vLex?