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As we move through the world, we leave in our wake a rapidly growing sea of data, tracking our every move, our every click, our every transaction, our driving, our preferences, our health, our desires. And as this store of data has grown, so algorithms to process this data have become widespread. Karim Derick explores the various ways that algorithms impact our lives.
A novel legal argument before the United States District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana may re-shape the way we think of Title IX claims moving forward.
There is much speculation about the turbulence that might follow Brexit, whether on a deal or no-deal basis.
Osseointegration or direct skeletal fixation (DSF) is an alternative method of attaching a prosthesis to an amputee’s body and involves a titanium rod being inserted directly into the bone. The process therefore eliminates the need for a traditional socket. Here, we get the views of an orthopaedic surgeon who has trained to carry out osseointegration and a prosthetics expert who clinically treats amputees who have undergone the surgery.
Kennedys wins Innovation in the Business of Law accolade at Financial Times Innovative Lawyers Awards
We are delighted to announce that our remarkable innovations journey has continued as we won Innovation in the Business of Law: New products and services at the Financial Times Innovative Lawyers Awards.
The recently published ‘Independent review of gross negligence manslaughter and culpable homicide’ (the Review) chaired by Dr Leslie Hamilton, was commissioned by the General Medical Council (GMC) to understand and help rebuild the relationship with the doctors they regulate.
We are delighted to announce that we have strengthened our domestic network by establishing a base in Bristol, which becomes our eleventh office in the UK and 38th globally.
Recently we have taken over several personal injury claims in the advanced stages of ligation where claimants have pleaded, by way of length expert pension reports, substantial future loss of pension income on 'defined contribution: money purchase schemes' (i.e. those most commonly held by employed or self-employed claimants who do not have access to a 'defined benefit scheme' such as a final salary scheme.
Many believed that defending claims made pursuant to the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 (COSHH) would become fairer following the introduction of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 (ERRA), however, that does not seem to have been the reality.