Sam Healey stresses the need for better detection, prevention, and awareness to combat this multi-million-euro challenge
Edward Reed and Hatty Jenner shed light on the European Commission’s proposals ‘to better guarantee the rights of adults in need of protection or support in cross-border situations’
Navigating AI's evolving landscape demands global regulatory harmony, focused legislation, and dialogue balancing its risks and rewards, says Alexander Amato-Cravero
Varun Zaiwalla & Zuhair Farouki shed light on legal hurdles and corruption risks that may arise in Ukraine's post-war reconstruction
In a letter to the home secretary, the Justice and Home Affairs Committee said that cooperation on law enforcement and criminal justice between the UK and the European Union has been "set back in certain respects".
UK shadow foreign secretary David Lammy says Labour will reinstate ministers' duty to comply with international law and will help create an internation anti-corruption court.
English and Welsh solicitors can now register to practise in Luxembourg after the country passed a new law implementing the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement.
International human rights lawyers have welcomed a move by the United Nations Working Group on Business and Human Rights (UN) to ask the European Commission (EC) to justify its position on excluding the United Kingdom (UK) from the cross-border legal cooperation international treaty, the “Lugano Convention”.