LawPanel joins Mischon de Reya’s MDR Lab

We’re excited to be taking part in this year’s MDR Lab, run by Mishcon de Reya. We’ll be working with the IP team at Mischon de Reya to develop our understanding of this fast-evolving legal sector.

We talk to World Trademark Review about the power of APIs

Thomas Brattli, our CTO, writes in World Trademark Review about the trademark registries and APIs. It’s an acronym we use all the time, but what does it actually mean and why does it have such revolutionary potential for the trademark sector?

LawPanel talks to the World Trademark Review about open data

Thomas Brattli, our CTO, talks to Tim Lince of the World Trademark Review about registries, APIs, and the philosophy of open data. They also cover the exciting steps being taken in New Zealand, and whether other registries are likely to follow suit.

Four of the strangest trademark cases of all time

As any trademark attorney knows, trademark battles can be complicated, confusing, and sometimes downright bizarre. Here is our look at four of the strangest cases of all time, including the time a fashion house took on a South Korean restaurant.

The fallibility of AI and what to do about it

Go to any legal or technology conference, and speaker after speaker will tell you AI is the next BIG thing. But the truth is no AI is infallible. In fact, understanding how and why an AI might fail is an important part of using one effectively.

The always on Law Firm

Imagine engaging with potential clients, receiving instructions and serving clients at all hours of the day and night. Far from clients waiting for office hours for personal contact almost all value timely information which reduces cognitive load.

The end of lawyers..?

The end is not nigh for lawyers. But it will be for a growing proportion of repetitive legal work. This will have wide ranging implications for lawyers, how they win and serve clients, and the business models of law firms.

The power of Pre-Suasion

Creating the right context in which a request is made, can be as important in determining the outcome, as the request itself.