Gaming companies and developers are facing a raft of new regulations. To avoid pressing pause on their operations, gaming companies will need to act now to continue operating under the new EU Digital Markets Act (DMA).
Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming the way we work, and as businesses shift more and more of their operations to AI technologies, there are some legal implications that must be considered including regulatory compliance and ethical, commercial, intellectual property and data privacy related issues.
Insights and resources to help navigate the increasingly complex regulatory tech landscape.
The opportunities within the metaverse are vast, making it essential to understand its complexity and the risks.
What is an NFT and how is it different from a fungible, or any other, token? How can the ownership of a tangible item be represented by an intangible token? Does the owner of an NFT own the underlying object or asset it might represent? Are NFTs regulated and, if so, how?
The future of supply chains
Businesses are increasingly looking to make substantial changes to realign their supply chains globally, a trend accelerated recently by the global pandemic.
Digital infrastructure insights
Our Digital Infrastructure practice comprises an integrated and global team of lawyers across key practice areas including Corporate, Banking, Projects, Data Protection, Competition and Real Estate, who advise investors, operators, developers and service providers active in this space.
Blockchain/DLT, smart contracts, cryptocurrencies, cryptoassets, DeFi and other FinTech technologies are having a significant impact upon the financial services sector.