California’s Draft On Use Of AI For Employment Decisions

Emily Parkin

California is considering new regulations on the use of technology or artificial intelligence (AI) to screen job candidates or make other employment decisions. If the regulations become law, California would be the first state to adopt substantive restrictions specifically addressing this emerging, and often misunderstood, technology. Background AI generally refers to […]

What is the future of commercial real estate law?

Emily Parkin

SearchFlow one of the biggest conveyancing search providers in England and Wales has over 2,500 legal clients and conducts more than 1 million searches every year. On the 17th of May SearchFlow’s web seminar will brings together leading lawyers and practitioners to discuss the future of commercial real estate law. […]

Events, dear boy: EU proposes new cyber law

Emily Parkin

It’s getting hard to keep up with the flurry of legislative activity from the European Union these days. Barely a month goes by without a major technology law being announced, whether it’s the DSA, the DMA, the Data Act or the AI Act. Such is the pace of law-making that, […]

The technology taxis under the draft Law on Road Traffic

Emily Parkin

1. Conditions for establishment of 100% State-owned enterprises The Government has just issued Decree 23/2022/ND-CP on the establishment, rearrangement, ownership conversion and transfer of the right to represent the owner in 100% state-owned enterprises. Accordingly, 100% state-owned enterprises shall only be considered for establishment when fully meeting the following conditions: […]

Decision for Mr Duncan John Blackburn McKee

Emily Parkin

REDACTED PUBLIC VERSION WARNING – THE PRINCIPAL DECISION IN THIS CASE CONTAINS CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION AND MUST NOT BE ISSUED TO THIRD PARTIES WITHOUT THE EXPRESS PERMISSION OF OR EDITING BY THE TRAFFIC COMMISSIONER. THIS IS THE REDACTED PUBLIC VERSION. 1. TRAFFIC COMMISSIONER FOR SCOTLAND 1.1 ROAD TRAFFIC ACT 1988 2. […]

Using Social Media During Pending Family Law Litigation

Emily Parkin

The improper use of social media by parties during pending family law litigation can result in detrimental effects that impact custody, child support and alimony outcomes. As but one example, recent social media posts made by Kanye West criticizing his ex-wife Kim Kardashian have generated not only media attention but […]