Technology has the potential to transform any sector, and real estate is no exception – whether it is through the use of blockchain providing increasing liquidity and transparency on transactions, or the use of artificial intelligence to allow ever more accurate investment decisions to be made. But is the market ready?
Working with Local Government Chronicle (LGC), DWF's public sector team conducted a roundtable discussion to establish how retailers, institutional investors and local government can come together to regenerate town centres for the 21st century. Following the roundtable we produced a summary report to highlight the key findings.
International legal business DWF has launched a new specialist business division, Connected Services, as it continues to evolve its service delivery model as part of wider strategic growth plans.
A technology revolution is upon us, but what does this mean for the world of transport? Technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Big Data Analytics, Blockchain and Electrical Energy and Storage have the potential to transform the sector, but what challenges do businesses face in adopting these technologies?
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11 DEC 2019
DWF Group plc, the global legal business providing Complex, Managed and Connected Services, today issues its half year results for the period to 31 October 2019.
McDonald Johnson Lawyers, a full service law firm based in Newcastle, Australia, has joined DWF, the global legal business. The deal will see 16 people, including eight lawyers join DWF in Australia.
DWF, the global legal business, announces two major milestones in its Asia-Pacific expansion with the appointment of Ben Constance as the managing partner in Singapore and Nasir Dao – PKM Abdul as a corporate partner.