The Artificial Intelligence Act (AIA)’s “risk-based approach” distinguishes between AI systems which pose unacceptable and thus prohibited risks, high risk and minimal risk will likely be emulated by lawmakers worldwide.
Over the past 15 years, the growing presence of international companies demanding secure instruments as part of their investments has forced Spanish courts to react quickly and incorporate concepts from the English-speaking world to compensate for the limitations of the traditional approach.
Presenting strategies to overcome technological learning curves, Professor Scott Westfahl from Harvard Law School Executive Education introduces key principles of adaptive leadership.
As a thought leader on the power of innovation, Professor Michele DeStefano shared her insights on managing innovation and cultural change.
IE University Law School professor and experienced corporate lawyer María José Esteban presented at the Rethinking Law Series, findings from her recent research project “Issues Shaping the Global Legal System,” commissioned by the International Bar Association.
Based on our Legaltech sector knowledge and after deep analysis of diverse reports and studies, we have identified the top ten relevant trends to look out for in the legal tech sector for 2022.