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By Chris Kemp
Things To Remember When Licensing A Database.
By Deirdre Moynihan
Despite this explosion in data and in data analysis, little thought is given to what data actually is in legal terms. This vlog from Deirdre Moynihan seeks to answer that question.
By Noreen Ajmal
The decision in Triple Point v PTT is interesting in that it provides some clarity on interpreting liquidated damages clauses.
By Deirdre Moynihan
New tech, software and the cloud is driving an increase in the number of digital transformation projects in various different markets.
By Richard Kemp
The purpose of this white paper is to provide a practical guide to legal rights in data – what they are, how they arise and how they can be managed.
By Noreen Ajmal
In February this year the European Banking Authority (EBA) published its Final Report on its Guidelines on outsourcing for financial services organisations.
By Noreen Ajmal
This vlog from Nooreen Ajmal looks at the some of the key changes in the finalised European Banking Authority Guidelines on outsourcing published in February.
By Richard Kemp
This is the third of three related vlogs that look at cloud contracting. This one focuses on the limitation of liability clause.
By Richard Kemp
This is the second of three related vlogs that look at cloud contracting.
By Richard Kemp
This is the first of three related vlogs that look at cloud contracting.
By Richard Kemp
This piece looks at data trusts and data trust frameworks.
By Noreen Ajmal
This vlog looks at recent guidance aimed at helping Fintech organisations that want to work with large UK Banks.
By Deirdre Moynihan
This vlog discusses the recent Court of Appeal decision regarding Morrisons' data breach.
By Richard Kemp
Law Firms and Core Software Systems Contracts.
By Richard Kemp
Over the last few years, IT lawyers have seen a significant increase in the number and range of cloud contracts coming across their desks.