BigLaw will be wise to heed to the caveat of NewLaw

“Caveat”, a legal word derived from Latin, literally meaning “let a person beware”, warns of specific provisions, stipulations, conditions or limitations. In today’s 21st Century, amidst the Fourth Industrial Revolution and its associated digital evolution and digitalisation, it will serve BigLaw well to take note of and heed to the caveat – The future is a given but traditional legal practice may not be. Many … Continue reading BigLaw will be wise to heed to the caveat of NewLaw