Legal

Court Technology Reforms
Improved Court IT: The Ministry of Justice Investments

The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) is making the decision to invest up to £375m into a much-needed technology upgrade. Aimed at reforming the technology in HM Courts & Tribunal’s 3,000 courtrooms across the UK, it will see the reforms over the next five years in line...

Data Theft
Why Is Targeted Data Theft on the Increase?

In the seedy underbelly of the dark web, stolen data is being exchanged for a surprising amount of money. Credit card details, bank records, social media account information, and even medical records now change hands at an unprecedented pace. As well as the people data...

Tricostar
Intellectual Property in the Digital Age

In the latter half of the twentieth century, the digital revolution led to the proliferation of computers and other digital technology in homes and workplaces. Public and private sector organisations increasingly replaced their paper records with digital versions, enabling information to be stored and accessed...

Courts & Technology
The Courts: Adapting to New Technologies

Most of us have long since discovered we can get more done by carrying out tasks like banking and shopping online. In contrast, courts are often lagging behind somewhat; still utilising paper and print more than is necessary. The way that the courts operate is...

courtroom software
The Best iPad Apps For Lawyers & Solicitors

The technological infrastructure of our legal system is changing. HM Courts and Tribunals Service has been granted an investment package averaging up to £75m per annum over the five years from 2015/16 in order to modernise its systems. These advances will improve all aspects of...