In this article, we will take a look at how accurate Nlaw's 2022 predictions were and what to expect in each of these areas for the upcoming year.
Fifteen years ago, Luxembourg was not the centre of alternative investment funds, the headquarters of Bugatti was not in Croatia, and European unicorns were only in fairy tales. If Slovenia decides to become the centre of the EU with start-up companies and venture capital, it can succeed.
It is difficult to predict the future. So let us recap 2021 and make some bets for 2022!
Technology has completely transformed the way business is done, but law firms have not changed.
I have no doubts that the legal industry will continue to develop and digitalise. In addition to lawyers boosting their productivity through (AI) software, I believe that we are about to see fundamental changes in how clients consume legal services.
First half of 2020 has been symbolized by spread of coronavirus together with its health and safety concerns. Economic outlook is uncertain, and it is not yet entirely clear what the extent of the economic consequences will be. Inevitably, certain businesses will find themselves in serious financial and business distress.
Due to Slovenia being an EU [http://maps.google.com/maps?ll=50.85,4.35&spn=0.1,0.1&q=50.85,4.35%20(European%20Union)&t=h] member country, its legal system is heavily influenced by the EU law. Historically, it belongs to a group of