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We are delighted to announce our second ‘Innovator of the Year’ award as we continue to recognise and reward colleagues’ efforts to transform legal services.
Firms face some major challenges in today’s competitive marketplace. Dogged by recruitment and retention issues, not to mention the rising expectations of clients, a good reputation has never been more important. But it’s no longer just about the service you provide but what you bring to the table in terms of environmental, social and governance considerations (ESG).
We are pleased to announce our technology operation Kennedys Kognitive Computing, in India, has more than doubled its office space as it continues to grow its development team.
Kennedys leads consortium awarded funding for £1.2m project to tackle growing threat of reputational risk
A consortium led by Kennedys have been awarded funding from Innovate UK to develop groundbreaking software able to identify and assess reputational risk.
Maritime regulatory reform is welcomed – but domestic progress must consider the global challenges for insurers
The UK Government’s consultation on maritime autonomy regulation closed this week. Kennedys submitted a response commending the recognition of the need to update the current regulatory framework, but urging caution in respect of potential additional risks to insurers arising from the government’s proposals.
We are pleased to sponsor a ground-breaking piece of research into the value of English law and its contribution to the global economy. The fascinating study – the first of its kind – reveals how English law underpins trillions of dollars of business activity annually, both at home and abroad.
We are delighted to have appointed one of the country’s leading data specialists as part of a bold new strategy which will revolutionise the way we does business.
We are delighted to announce we have appointed two new data scientists as part of our growing development team in India.
In this blog we explore sentiment analysis and the different approaches of two off-the-shelf sentiment analysers, Vader and TextBlob. While these analysers can be good for a quick solution for a sentiment analysis use case, they sometimes fail to produce reliable results for certain use cases and scenarios.
Very rarely does a book come along with the potential for genuine disruption. Even more rarely does one come along with implications for the professional services, and in particular insurance legal services. Noise is one of those books.