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A court in Scotland has highlighted how technology suppliers can successfully raise claims for relief for delays caused to their work, and how the businesses engaging those suppliers might properly resist those claims. 13 Dec 2018
US prosecutors have charged Mike Lynch, the former chief executive of UK software business Autonomy, with fraud. 30 Nov 2018
e-Borders £200+ million arbitration award set aside in its entirety for "serious irregularity" and fresh hearing ordered.
This report was updated in October 2013
Businesses and outsourcing suppliers often face problems that cause commercial harm but are not serious enough to merit using contractual remedies, which are usually confined to damages claims or contract termination.
IT claims relating to contracts are generally brought in the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court. The Queen's Bench Division has established a special court to deal specifically with disputes involving highly technical matters; namely, the Technology...
AstraZeneca UK Limited v International Business Machines Corporation  EWHC 306 (TCC)
Playup Interactive Entertainment (UK) Pty Limited v Givemefootball Limited
It is possible for more than one set of proposed licensing terms for standard-essential patents (SEPs) to be fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory (FRAND), the Court of Appeal in London has said. 24 Oct 2018
Plans to open a new court in London to specialise in resolving cases concerning cyber crime, fraud, and economic crime have been welcomed by legal experts, who believe the move reflects the scale of cyber-related crime businesses are dealing with. 06 Jul 2018
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