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In today's interconnected global economy, businesses operating internationally, including those based in the UK or Europe, face broader data risks than ever before. While the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) remains a primary

Kim, the no-code, SaaS, patent-protected document generation, assembly, and workflow automation platform, and Philips Dictation, a global leader in dictation solutions and speech recognition technology announce the launch SpeechFill. SpeechFill is designed to

In an era of escalating cyber threats, safeguarding client information has become an imperative for law firms. With a staggering 75% of UK law firms encountering a cyber-attack in the past year -

The ubiquitous nature of emojis is undeniable. With billions sent daily, these small digital icons have become deeply ingrained in our communication and seamlessly integrated into our everyday digital lives, irrespective of whether

As individuals, we have the legal right to access personal data held by an organisation, and an increasing number of requests are submitted each year. Recently, politician Nigel Farage and Caroline Green famously

Greece The legal tech landscape of 2024 in Greece will be shaped by a few notable firms who invest in digital operations and marketing and a few efforts on legal design and open source.

Belarus The most recent study on the automation of legal activities in Belarus was carried out in 2021. It depicted a clear dissatisfaction among lawyers with the current level of automation. Issues around high

Austria The situation as of mid-2023 is that few true legaltech startups have gained traction (fairplane.at, notarity.com). Legal Tech is fostered by the two major legal publishers via their databases and by law firms,

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