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Published weekly on Friday, the Legal.io Newsletter covers the latest in legal, talent & tech.
NOYB Hopes to End "Cookie Banner Terror"- NOYB.eu has sent 500+ complaints to companies who use unlawful cookie banners citing GDPR violations. More here.
"Remote Forever": Lawyers Take Action to Keep WFH Option - Post-pandemic, lawyers who are being asked to move back to the office are resisting and threatening to leave their position in favor of firms who offer WFH options. More here.
Thomson Reuters Launches HighQ Contract Analysis - the legal corporation announced their contract review and analysis tool that allows users to extra key data and triage contracts with machine learning technology. More here.
Luminance Launches In-House Contract Negotiation Tool - Luminance Corporate will provide an AI-powered platform helping in-house departments with their contract negotiations. More here.
ContractZen Raises $1.22M in Funding Round- Led by Nordic Eye Venture Capital, the Norway-based legal tech company will use the money to accelerate growth and boost its international marketing. More here.
CLOC endorses LMSS, a standard for legal matters published by the SALI Alliance, adding to the list of backers that already included the likes of Shell, GSK, Bloomberg Law, WK and LexisNexis. More here.
NCBE Announces Bar Exams Will Only Be In-Person- Beginning next year, the NCBE will stop administering online bar exams, noting that online test-takers did not perform as well as in-person. More here.
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