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Mind your client: law firms must choose to be responsible gatekeepers

Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has prompted international legal service providers to shut down operations in Russia, marking a palpable shift in the sector. If law firms do not re-examine their ethical standards and the moral standing of their clients, regulators may do it for them.

Released on Apr 25, 2022

Telemedicine in Spain today: regulatory and ethical challenges

This article’s focus is a very simple concept: telemedicine, which enables services normally performed by healthcare professionals to be accomplished by remote means with the support of information and communication technologies (ICT)

Released on Jun 24, 2021

Sports governance under scrutiny as Russian track and field banned from Rio

The long-awaited decision on Russia’s participation in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro finally came on 17 June when the world athletics governing body slammed Russia’s athletics federation for categorically failing to meet the readmission criteria.

Released on Jul 16, 2016