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    The Subsidy Control Regime

    This note discusses the UK’s subsidy control regime and how The Barrister Group (“TBG”) may be able to assist public ...

    Privy Council Lays Down Principles for Security for Costs

    What is a Public Body for the Purposes of Judicial Review?

    R(Hannah) v Chartered Institute of Taxation [2021] EWHC 1069 (Admin) concerned a decision of Chartered Institute of Taxation ...

    The New Dilemma: Can Artificial Intelligence Replace Professionals in Courts and Write Judgments in Public Law?

    When discussing AI’s role in replacing advocates and writing judgments in public law cases, it is important to recognise ...

    Is a taxi driver entitled to more than the pre-accident valuation of the vehicle when written off?

    Generally, someone who is involved in a non-fault road traffic accident, whereby their vehicle is written off, is only ...

    Unlocking Strategic Advantage: The Role of Chief Legal AI Officers in Today's Business Landscape

    In the dynamic realm where technology intersects with the law, the emergence of Chief Legal AI Officers has become ...

    Navigating the Complexities of Intellectual Property in the Age of AI

    In an era marked by rapid advancements in technology, the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and intellectual ...

    Unravelling AI's Role in Patent Inventorship: The UK Supreme Court Deliberates

    Exploring the Legal Complexities of AI as Inventors in Patent Law In a momentous legal saga, the UK Supreme Court recently ...

    Balancing Innovation & Privacy: A Deep Dive Into Data Protection

    Harmonising AI and Data Protection: A Nexus of Evolution and Revolution The symbiotic evolution of personal data and ...

    Navigating the AI Landscape: A Detailed Analysis of the Artificial Intelligence Bill

    The recently introduced Artificial Intelligence (Regulation) Bill [HL] signifies a pivotal step in the United Kingdom's ...

    Intellectual Property Law for Solicitors: When Sharing Hyperlinks is an Almighty Sin

    Raison d’etre I want to discuss in this article about what it says in the tin, about hyperlinks. Let’s start with a full and ...

    Case Law: Turley v Unite the Union, former Labour MP accused of dishonesty wins libel claim

    The judgment in Anna Turley v Unite the Union and Stephen Walker [2019] EWHC 3547 (QB) was handed down On 19 December 2019, ...