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The UK is the second least supportive nation in their attitude towards the development of unmanned vessels, according to our study across six territories (United Kingdom, United States, Australia, China, Singapore and Hong Kong), and the least supportive of autonomous vehicles more generally.
The Comptroller General or Contraloría (CGR) have agreed with our direct revocation request in the Institute for Urban Development (IDU) matter.
We are very pleased to announce that we have been recognised as one of the ‘Best Law Firms’ in England and Wales for insurance in The Times’ Best Law Firms 2020.
In our previous article, Fiscal liability proceedings in Colombia, we discussed how the recent decisions of the office of the Comptroller General or Contraloría (CGR), the autonomous governmental agency in charge of monitoring public fund use, have caused great concern among (re)insurers globally due to their departure of long established market principles.
Innovation expansion continues apace for Kennedys as it takes ‘virtual lawyer’ platform to Latin America
Following significant client interest, we have taken our award-winning virtual lawyer platform, KLAiM, to Latin America.
The protests in Chile, sparked by the rise of subway fares in the capital Santiago, have been well documented in the press. These protests and riots have often been violent, with regrettable loss of human life.
We are pleased to announce that we are partnering with University College London (UCL) to develop an emerging risk analytical tool for insurers, after securing funding from the Innovate UK Knowledge Transfer Partnership.
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.
On 13 July 2019, the Cuban Parliament approved new electoral law restricting the presidency to a five-year term in office and a maximum of two consecutive terms, for the first time in nearly 60 years