In today’s environment, lawyers must be increasingly responsive to their clients’ requests and increasingly specialized in an increasing number of fields, amidst an ever-growing pool of information and documentation. It is essential not only to have access to all relevant legal writing but also to be able to process it reliably and quickly. This is a real challenge for the profession, which the Dispute Resolution, Employment, Compensation & Benefits and Data Protection & Privacy teams at BSP have decided to overcome by joining forces with Predictice. Over the next twelve months, the Predictice teams, together with some twenty lawyers and documentation managers from the BSP law firm, will work together in close collaboration. Several exchanges are planned in order to identify current developments and anticipate the functionalities of tomorrow, which will be essential for the research and analysis of legal information going forward. Through this alliance, BSP intend not only to reinforce their positioning as a firm at the cutting edge of technology by using technology to serve its current needs, but also to anticipate the use of future technological means so as to guarantee the excellence of its services in the future. For Predictice, its objective remains the same: serve to be an even more efficient tool for the largest law firms. “The legal profession is already deeply impacted by technologies and their evolution. We look forward to this collaboration, which we are convinced will be extremely interesting and enriching and which will enable us to continue to provide our clients with the best possible service using state-of- the-art tools.” Fabio Trevisan, Partner at BSP Dispute Resolution “I am very happy that BSP decided to join us. We are determined to build the best legal information research and analytics tool hand in hand with the finest Luxembourg law firms.” Louis Larret-Chahine, co-founder of Predictice
Given the rate of change in the COVID-19 situation, its impact on the markets, and the developing regulatory response, Wildgen decided to launch a COVID-19 Toolkit (www.wildgen.lu/covid-19). What is the purpose? To support and ease life of companies that are currently facing a series of challenges.
Q&A with British Chambers of Commerce Director General, Adam Marshall and and Director of Trade Facilitation Liam Smyth.. Registration details
Dentons launches 2020 edition of its ‘Investing in renewable energy projects in Europe’ guide. It highlights key regulatory developments and gives snapshots of the prospects for renewable energy projects in 20 jurisdictions across Europe and Central Asia.