In this article Simon Tolson looks at the speculation that law is ripe for ‘uberisation’, becoming the next target of technological transformation. Explaining the current position of artificial intelligence in law, where it is progressing, ethical duties and what happens when it all goes wrong.
"Artificial Intelligence and Law"
"World Launch: ICC Expert Rules"
"Getting the Deal Through – Construction 2014"
In this publication Stacy Sinclair answers questions on English law ranging from bribery to mediation and everything in between. Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. This article was first published in Getting the Deal Through – Construction 2014, (published in August, 2013; contributing editor: Robert S Peckar of Peckar & Abramson, PC). For further information please visit www.GettingTheDealThrough.com.
"Disputes in the UK Construction Industry"
Dispute in business is inevitable, and the construction industry is no different. Disputes arise within this sector for all sorts of reasons, with several possible ways by which to resolve them. However, although often resolvable, disputes inevitably bring many challenges and legal issues to take into consideration. In this Q&A, Simon Tolson talks to ‘Lawyer Monthly’ about his view on these issues.
"The paperless trial"
Technology has already transformed the way lawyers deal with information in court – and soon those famously heavy briefcases could be a thing of the past, according to Simon Tolson. Having gone paperless for one of his cases in the TCC, Simon is convinced that it is not only better value, but also reduces time and uncertainty. Read his article ‘The Paperless Trial’, which recently appeared in Building magazine.
"Technology: The unrealised challenge"