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How our people are taking action in support of the UN Sustainable Development Goals through community initiatives and partnerships
The Global Week to #Act4SDGs, which ran from 17 – 28 September –is focused on mobilisation and collective action by people and companies from all sectors, to accelerate progress on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
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.
The legal technology market has a natural fascination for the new. Words like “launches”, “debuts”, “unveils” are the narrative that propels a growing niche of alternative offerings that are increasingly an adjunct to most big firms.
This year marks 10 years since the opening of Kennedys’ office in Miami, our regional hub serving Latin America and the Caribbean.
Many businesses from different sectors and industries around the world have been affected by the crisis caused by the pandemic. Businesses have been forced to close, and there is a heightened risk of bankruptcy.
Caroline Wilson, HR Director, explains how our virtual work experience programme levels the playing field and is an opportunity to reach talented individuals who you may never have had a chance to help and nurture.
There is no escaping the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the construction industry in Latin America, both on existing projects and future potential. Each government in Latin America has taken the precautions it has deemed necessary.
This is the third in a series of articles on the topic of innovation in the legal services field by Partner Richard West.
The French data protection regulator, the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Liberties (CNIL), has levied a fine of €50 million against technology giant Google for breaches of the GDPR.
Case review 2017-12-04
The Supreme Court has overturned the Court of Appeal’s earlier judgment (see article) which called into question the application of the ‘but for’ test where a negligent valuation caused a lender to increase an existing exposure to a borrower (where the valuation giving rise to the initial exposure was not the subject of criticism). In those narrow circumstances, recoverable losses are now likely to be limited to the amount of any additional lending.