CMA introduces Green Agreements Guidance for sustainable business
Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) introduces new guidance to help businesses collaborate on environmental sustainability while complying with the law.
Secureworks identifies malicious Qakbot ransomware campaign
Secureworks' Counter Threat Unit researchers have long maintained active monitoring of the botnet and detected the disruption activity on August 25.
Maddocks streamlines negotiations in the renewable energy space
Using OutSystems, Maddocks built five customer-facing solutions promoting a streamlined collaboration between the company and its clients in less than a year.
Automation and AI in the law sector: threat or opportunity?
AI and automation can help accelerate the productivity of existing teams, enabling firms to make the most of their resources and boost their overall efficiency.
Why is business intelligence important for legal firms and why should you care?
The legal profession in Australia is more competitive than ever before, with a 45% increase in solicitors since 2011.
Appian Low-Code Platform helps MinterEllison with automated practices
Australian law firm MinterEllison has automated its business process management system using the Appian Low-Code Platform, saving 42,000 billable hours in 2023.
Cybercrime in Aotearoa: How does New Zealand law define it?
‘Cybercrime’ is a term we hear all the time, but what exactly is it, and how does New Zealand define it in legal terms?.
It's time for Kiwis to define the meaning of digital identity in Aotearoa
NZ's push for digital identity gains ground as new bill passes first reading.
Innovating legal: Why now & how intelligent automation can help
A wave of innovation is impacting every aspect of the legal profession, as the sector becomes more client-centred and future-focused.
How to keep true, accurate records for legal compliance
Failing to capture true and accurate records can lead to companies being in breach of the law, as well as the risk of breaching contracts with clients.
ComCom warns Becextech for breaches against Fair Trading Act
Commerce Commission warns Becextech over misleading sales tactics and false discount claims.
New tech startup looks to help lawyers and finance pros
StructureFlow debuts, promising to revolutionise legal & financial visual data analysis with speed & collaboration.
Thomson Reuters takes law research solution up a notch
The new version of Westlaw aims to assist legal practitioners in boutique firms by speeding up the often time-consuming research process.
UK's cybersecurity laws 'crying out for reform'
UK's Computer Misuse Act 1990 needs urgent reform to enable cybersecurity professionals to combat cybercrime effectively, says report.
Meet Rentbot, the chatbot that can help with tenancy law
If you find yourself in a tricky situation - or if you just want to understand your rights as a landlord or tenant, you can now turn to a chatbot for help.
IP theft: A global issue catching NZ businesses off guard
Delta Insurance warns NZ businesses of intellectual property theft risks in China and the US. IP litigation on the rise. Insurance available for protection.
South Island law firm recognised by UN for gender equality
A South Island legal startup that has successfully conquered much of the South Island has been recognised by the United Nations.
Australia's law firms facing 'serious but not insurmountable' cyber flaws
Lawyers are putting client data at risk due to inadequate cybersecurity practices, according to a survey by Edith Cowan University and the Law Society of Western Australia.
Mobile trader fines hit $1.56m with $330k for Mobile Shop
Auckland-based Mobile Shop pleaded guilty to 24 charges, 12 under the Fair Trading Act and 12 under the Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act.
Clyde & Co appoints Sydney-based cybersecurity partner
Clyde & Co expects that breach notification requirements will lead to an increase in demand for specialised advice across Australia this year.
2018 a 'defining year for privacy', says NZ law firm
New Zealand's Privacy Bill is set to be a defining year for privacy, says law firm Simpson Grierson.
While the AU govt praises the new US Cloud Act, others aren't so welcoming
Australian Government welcomes US move to allow law enforcement agencies access to overseas data to combat crime.
Australian law firm builds hybrid cloud strategy on Nutanix OS
Nutanix has partnered with Australian law firm Jackson McDonald to help them adopt a hybrid cloud strategy.
Singapore hackathon triumphs 'data protection by design'
Data protection by design considers the protection of personal data from the earliest possible design stage, and throughout the operational lifecycle.