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A recent ruling has highlighted how businesses might be said to be responsible for a repudiatory breach of contract through the indications they give in their words or conduct, an expert in the resolution of technology contract disputes has said. 03 Apr 2019
A ruling by the Court of Appeal earlier this month has highlighted the importance of ensuring IT contracts are clear about how liquidated damages apply in cases where technology suppliers are late in delivering a project, an expert in IT disputes has said.... 13 Mar 2019
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
The EU's highest court has been asked to clarify what information copyright holders have a legal right to obtain from online platforms and intermediaries about internet users who are allegedly responsible for infringing their rights. 25 Feb 2019
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
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