Jo Mountain from Howden Insurance Brokers Ltd interviews Max Ekstein​

Jo Mountain from Howden Insurance Brokers Ltd interviews Max Ekstein Show Notes Transcript Show Notes Ever wondered how psychological and related practitioners can protect themselves from the pitfalls of claims and complaints? In this episode, we are joined by Max Ekstein from Arch Law who unravels the complexities of safeguarding your practice and reputation. Dive into the […]

arch.law acquires leading data centre specialist law firm Conexus Law

arch.law acquires leading data centre specialist law firm Conexus Law arch.law and Conexus Law Join Forces to Create arch.conexus Leading legal business, arch.law has acquired data centre specialist law firm Conexus Law. The 14-strong Conexus team, which is based out of London, join arch.law as it continues to increase its footprint and international capabilities to […]

Protecting Yourself Against Fraud: How arch.law Can Help

Protecting Yourself Against Fraud: How arch.law Can Help In a world where technology advances rapidly, so do the tactics of fraudsters and scammers. Recent data from UK Finance reveals a troubling rise in fraud cases, highlighting the importance of vigilance and the need for expert assistance in navigating these challenges. Alarming Statistics on Fraud and […]

Fact Sheet: Renegotiation – An art not a science

Chances are, that as a result of COVID-19, you are either going to have to seek to renegotiate your agreements with another party or deal with parties wishing to do so with you. In respect of renegotiation, here are some points to consider… To read more download the factsheet

OpenAI and Microsoft sued in US for $3 billion over alleged ChatGPT privacy violations

OpenAI and Microsoft are being sued in a class action lawsuit alleging that they violated the privacy of hundreds of millions of internet users by secretly scraping vast amounts of personal data to train their ChatGPT artificial intelligence chatbot. The lawsuit, which was filed on 28 June in federal court in San Francisco, California, claims […]

What to Consider if Your Contractor Goes Bust

As a result of the pandemic, we have seen, and advised on, numerous instances where main contractors have downed tools or closed sites. In some cases, this has been a temporary hiatus to construction works as we and our client employers have persuaded or assisted main contractors to return to site. However, we have unfortunately […]

Regulation of Social Media in the UK

The regulation of social media is a complex and challenging issue. In this article, we consider some of the challenges of regulating social media and where the UK is currently at on its journey to introduce targeted legislation. Three key challenges of regulating social media There are a number of challenges which need to be […]

Employment Law Update April 2024

Employment Law Update April 2024 Prepare, prepare for April 2024…and in one case, March 2024 Employment Law Update April 2024 is going to be an important month for all of us who work with people in the workplace. Download Now

The Rising Threat of Romance Scams

The Rising Threat of Romance Scams In the world of online romance, everything may not always be what it seems. Behind the allure of finding companionship lies a sinister trend that has seen a sharp rise: romance scams. As we delve into the intricacies of these schemes, it becomes evident that they not only prey […]

Seasons Greetings

As we approach the end of an eventful year, we at arch.law want to take a moment to reflect on our journey and express our deepest gratitude for the unwavering support of our clients and members.  It may not be a partridge in a pear tree, but it has been a year of remarkable achievements: […]