Could Blockchain Help the Recognition of International Arbitration Awards?

 “We simply cannot go on with this utterly outmoded way of working…Endlessly re-keying in the same information; repeatedly printing and photocopying the same documents; moving files about, losing all or parts of them in the process… It is a heavy handed, duplicative, inefficient and costly way of doing our work and it is all about to go. Considerably past time, we will finally catch up with the world.”  Sir Brian Leveson.

Diversity, it makes sense

Diversity has been a trending topic for the last years. It shows that we, as a society, are acknowledging the past practices of our industries in which one small group of individuals have a platform to thrive and grown within our institution while other groups might have a harder time. They are exceptions to this rule, but it is undisputable that for certain people due to their sex, sexual orientation, race, religion, etc. it’s harder to break the glass ceiling.

The future of the Law Firms: Building an effective relationship between Millennials and AI

Millennials are usually characterized as “egocentric”, “smartass” or “easy-goers” and that we lack loyalty to our employers. With the rise of the AI software in Law Firms, one could think that Millennials lawyer’s jobs are in jeopardy. Future of law firms as we know them, will depend on how Millennials and AI achieve a positive synergy. However, it is necessary to retain the young talent of the Law Firms to cultivate the future generation of partners. Even though Millennials are somehow complicated, I can show you how good workers they can be, giving you some advice on how to maintain them working – happily and productively – in your law firm.

Corporate Consilience

Central America is at an inflection point regarding acceptable compliance and conformity.    Among all the anxiety and instability that change will bring, it is welcoming to see that separate disciplines are pushing towards similar objectives in Corporate Governance.  A quick discussion on Director´s Responsibility provides a glimpse on how new Governance issues will reshape slanted interpretations of the law.