Latest by William Jones

Publication

The march of the machines?

Published on 10 February 2020. By Leigh Williams, Partner and William Jones, Senior Associate

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You may have seen the piece by the BBC a couple of weeks ago about Artificial Intelligence entering into a “winter”, following its “summer” of the last decade). In short, there appears to be a growing consensus that AI has been over-hyped particularly by those selling it.

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Marine and shipping

Published on 08 January 2020. By William Jones, Senior Associate and Toby Savage, Partner

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In this chapter of our Annual Insurance Review 2020, we look at the main developments in 2019 and expected issues in 2020 for marine and shipping.

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Blog

Content Clergy, Satisfied Solicitors, and Bitter Barmen

Published on 15 October 2014. By William Jones, Senior Associate

A recent study by the Cabinet Office has found that the Solicitors' profession is the 44th most content in the UK*. We will all be pleased to hear that accountants trail behind at 45th.

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Blog

Content Clergy, Satisfied Solicitors, and Bitter Barmen

Published on 15 October 2014. By William Jones, Senior Associate

A recent study by the Cabinet Office has found that the Solicitors' profession is the 44th most content in the UK*. We will all be pleased to hear that accountants trail behind at 45th.

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Blog

The latent costs of Osborne's pension overhaul

Published on 22 April 2014. By William Jones, Senior Associate

“No caps. No drawdown limits. Let me be clear. No one will have to buy an annuity."

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Is your boss a psychopath?

Published on 10 April 2014. By William Jones, Senior Associate

In the very unlikely event that you have answered in the affirmative, that partner may form part of the 4% of senior business managers who are on the psychopathic spectrum.

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