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Tailoring your approach to disputes

Andrew Reid

18.08.2022

Disputes over sums of money can be expensive to resolve, so selecting the right approach is really important to achieving…

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Man v Machine: Protecting your business in an AI world

Dorothy Agnew

18.08.2022

The rapid development of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning applications is seeing exciting new technologies being introduced to improve…

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Where is your data? – new requirements for international data transfers

Dorothy Agnew

24.05.2022

New UK approved standard contractual clauses for transfers of personal data outside the UK [have been issued] [are in force].  …

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Infringing intellectual property rights

John Warchus

24.05.2022

The corporate veil will not always protect a director from liability The recent decision in Lifestyle Equities v Ahmed is a useful…

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Avoiding the fruition of risk

Andrew Reid

24.05.2022

Businesses in the technology sector will frequently engage with other professional businesses, for the provision of services, such as consultancy,…

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Excluding and limiting liability in commercial contracts

Dorothy Agnew

04.04.2022

This guidance note provides a brief outline on key points to think about in relation to exclusion and limitation clauses.…

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Are early termination penalties enforceable on B2B telecoms customers?

Mark Osgood

09.02.2022

Introduction The COVID-19 pandemic continues to rumble on and whilst the Government has introduced various protective measures for business over…

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Tech businesses should always agree clear terms for delivery and performance

Mark Lucas

09.02.2022

Suppliers in the tech sector (and their customers) need to agree delivery and payment dates and clearly understand the risks…

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Can an AI system be named the inventor?

John Warchus

09.02.2022

The growing developments in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) are having fundamental effects on the worlds of business, technology…

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Crypto currency fraud: The approach taken by the English courts

Chris Darvill

08.02.2022

In this article we look at two recent English court decisions relating to cryptocurrency fraud and examine what remedies are…

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Cryptoasset advertising rules to be tightened

Dorothy Agnew

08.02.2022

In January the Government announced its plans to strengthen the rules on cryptoasset advertising and protect consumers from misleading claims.  The…

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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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