London & the Law

The COVID-19 pandemic has devastated lives and livelihoods throughout the world. In this context, the legal sector has been very fortunate: thanks to the widespread use of technology, working from home has allowed lawyers to continue to operate effectively when advising their clients. For London and the law, it has therefore been business almost as usual, albeit in the most unusual of circumstances. In this article, partner and co-head of our international dispute resolution group, Sophie Eyre, and partner and co-head of our intellectual property practice, Morag Macdonald discuss the benefits and draw backs of virtual hearings, sharing interesting insights about what to expect in the future. Read the full article:

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