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By Richard Kemp
This piece looks ahead to what we might expect as IT law developments in 2019.
By Deirdre Moynihan
Traditionally, under the "on premise model", software has been purchased by a customer, installed on the customer's servers, and maintained by the supplier by way of a maintenance and support arrangement.
By Deirdre Moynihan
As we move from the on premise software licensing model to cloud based "as a service" solutions, identifying the applicable legal terms may be become more complex for suppliers and customers alike.
By Noreen Ajmal
The High Court decision in Blade Motor Group Limited v Reynolds & Reynolds Limited in May this year, serves some useful lessons to software customers on the risks with being locked-in to a supplier relationship and locked out of accessing your data.
By Noreen Ajmal
This vlog from Nooreen Ajmal looks at recent caselaw on whether software should be treated as "goods".
By Richard Kemp
Textbook definitions vary.
By Richard Kemp
Liability will see extensive AI-influenced legal developments, especially in the areas of autonomous vehicles, robots and other ‘mobile' autonomous systems.
By Richard Kemp
For fifty years after the 1956 Dartmouth conference, AI progressed unevenly.
By Noreen Ajmal
In June, the European Banking Authority (EBA) issued new draft guidance for financial institutions on outsourcing.
By Richard Kemp
Microsoft's announcement in October that it has extended its Azure IP Advantage programme to China neatly illustrates a number of key contracting trends helping to shape the development...
By Richard Kemp
The migration to the cloud and transformation to digital now so visibly under way are moving intellectual property (IP) centre stage as all businesses become software companies.
By Richard Kemp
We're now beginning to see a lot of mass market AI-driven change, and it's now routinely in what we use at work.
By Deirdre Moynihan
The good news for data exporters who transfer personal information outside the EEA is that the GDPR's rules that regulate cross border transfers of personal information to a large extent replicate ...
By Richard Kemp
After the bow wave of GDPR readiness legal work in the run up to 25 May 2018, IT lawyers may be forgiven for thinking that the biggest change is now behind them.
By Noreen Ajmal
This vlog looks at the principle of accountability and the requirements for transparency under the GDPR which is now in force.