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  • Beyond the hype – don't fear the robots

    No, the robots aren’t coming to take lawyers’ jobs. Tomorrow’s law offices aren’t going to be invaded, Terminator-style, by marauding androids looking to shut them down. According to ROSS Intelligence CEO and co-founder Andrew Arruda, it's actually quite the opposite with artificial intelligence (AI) being an invaluable tool as law firms look to improve efficiencies and deliver better results to clients.

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  • Bond Dickinson named Insurance Team of Year 2017

    Bond Dickinson has won Insurance Team of the Year at the Legal Business Awards last night (23 March), at a gala ceremony held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in central London.

    With more than 100 finalists across 24 categories, the awards recognised the achievements of the finest lawyers in the industry. The winners were selected by an external judging panel comprising senior general counsel and senior editors from Legal Business' editorial team.

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  • Bond Dickinson launches International Innovation Week with US Alliance partner

    Bond Dickinson, in collaboration with its US alliance partner Womble Carlyle, has launched its first ever International Innovation Week.

    From 20-24 March, more than 20 events are taking place, looking at everything from how innovative technology is transforming the legal industry and other sectors; to how businesses must challenge themselves to develop more efficient business processes and new ways of engaging with clients as a first step to embedding a culture of innovation.

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  • Crown Commercial Services appoints Bond Dickinson to new legal panel

    Bond Dickinson LLP has been appointed to Tier 1 of the new Crown Commercial Services (CCS) panel for general advisory work for all central government bodies following a competitive tender process. The new legal services panel announced which will be for up to 4 years has been reduced from 47 firms (which were appointed to the previous framework for the wider public sector) to just 12 law firms on Tier 1 focusing on central government work.

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  • Bond Dickinson and Womble Carlyle plays key role in fintech debate at The George Washington University

    Bond Dickinson, alongside US law firm strategic ally Womble Carlyle, took a key role in a prominent forum on Fintech, organised by The George Washington University Center for Law, Economics & Finance in Washington, D.C. held on 2 March 2017.

    The event, which was the University's third Fintech Forum, brought together thought leaders and insiders from all segments of the financial technology industry to discuss the 'The Global Reach of Financial Innovation'.

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