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Unlawful direct marketing messages – is it worth the fine?

Dorothy Agnew

27.09.2021

The Information Commissioner has recently fined We Buy Any Car, SportsDirect.com and Saga a total of £495,000 for sending over…

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Data Protection: Courts reduce the type of legal claim available for cyber-attacks

John Warchus

06.09.2021

Warren v DSG Retail Limited Background In a recent High Court decision that will be welcomed by data controllers and…

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The Online Safety Bill: is the proposed law too drastic?

Laurie Heizler

01.09.2021

With the best of intentions, the government has now published the draft Online Safety Bill (OSB). It is designed to…

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Webinar: Intellectual property and artificial intelligence

Moore Barlow

As the worlds of business and technology continue to collide, spurred on by all the developments due to COVID-19, Moore…

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Don’t bet on your exclusion clause – lessons learned from Green v Betfred

Dorothy Agnew

16.06.2021

The recent High Court decision of Andrew Green and Petfre (Gibraltar) Limited t/a Betfred is a useful reminder of the…

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Indemnities in Technology Contracts

Mark Lucas

16.06.2021

Most suppliers of software and other forms of technology accept that they must indemnify customers if they breach third parties’…

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A safer Internet of Things? Risks and future cybersecurity laws

Laurie Heizler

16.06.2021

As the technology sector matures, the risks that attach to personal computing are now more manageable. The market for all…

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Moore Barlow advises BANAIR (Holdings) on its acquisition of Bright Structures Limited

Moore Barlow

14.06.2021

BANAIR is a growing UK based engineering group with manufacturing in the UK and Poland, and sales markets mainly in…

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Webinar: Business contracts and technology

Moore Barlow

Moore Barlow’s Commercial & Technology law held a webinar on important recent legal developments affecting the drafting and negotiation of…

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Webinar: Funding and exploiting your company’s innovation and IP rights

Moore Barlow

It is estimated that for most SME’s more than 50% of their value resides in intellectual property or other intangibles.…

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Kalifa Review on the UK Fintech sector

John Warchus

12.05.2021

The UK fintech sector has been a vibrant growth story over the past decade or so and, not surprisingly, the…

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Supply chain contracts: Are you up to speed with new insolvency rules?

John Warchus

18.02.2021

Recent changes to insolvency law have had a major impact on supply chain contracts across the industry. John Warchus, takes…

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