Archive | October, 2020

Securing intellectual property protection in machine learning techniques for fintech businesses

Our client looks here at “Securing IP protection in machine learning techniques for fintech businesses” in The Patent Magazine. As Fintech places particular demands on high frequency computing (HFC) and requires significant investment into computing resources and manpower, machine learning  is increasing with supervised models trained on input data sets that have known outcomes and […]

Magnitsky Sanctions: A Storm in a Teacup?

The government recently announced new sanctions under the global human rights regime, freezing UK assets of those named and banning them from entering the country. The legislation gives the UK new powers to stop those involved laundering money through UK banks and those guilty of human rights abuses from entering the UK. Our client comments […]