Global law firm Dentons has appointed a “chief mindfulness officer” to teach its employees about stress-management, perfectionism and the problems associated with multitasking.
Reynen Court, a startup whose rise in 2018 was kickstarted by a group of 19 law firms, has now been granted non-exclusive distribution rights with over 90 external tech providers. Reynen Court describes themselves as a “one-stop” tech solution for the legal industry and distributes popular AI and other tech apparatus chosen by law firms worldwide.
As of September, when copyright owners want to make a manual claim to monetise videos their work has been used in, they cannot make that claim for very short uses of the music or unintentional use. Instead, they can stop the creator from monetising the video, or block the video.
Facebook’s appeal against a class action case has been thrown out by a US federal appeals court in San Francisco. The lawsuit could go on to cost Facebook billions of dollars if they are found to have fallen foul of Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA).