Technology, Media & Telecommunications Law

Remote Working: Cyber Security Considerations

The legislative framework governing cybercrime and cyber security is still in its infancy. Whilst the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act 2002, regulates certain acts of cybercrime, it does this in a limited fashion and is perhaps out of tune with the typical acts of cybercrime commonly encountered today. The Cybercrime Bill seeks to further expand …

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Lawyers: Artists or Service Providers?

Historically the legal profession was characterised by many of the same traits as the world of craftsmen or artists. Lawyers perceived their work much as artists do: a creative exercise that takes as long as it takes, costs what it costs and is not available for criticism by the client. The client – a person …

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Contract Management Systems: Tips for Selection and Optimisation

With so many contract management systems (CM Systems) on the market these days, it can be daunting trying to select the right one for your organisation. Getting employees to use the CM System once implemented can be a battle in itself, if the system is not user-friendly or complementary to your organisation’s current processes. Set …

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SaaS Agreements: What are they and How do they Work?

  With new technologies and Apps around every corner, it is no surprise that the products and service offerings in which consumers and businesses are interested, often involve the accessing of software.  As individual consumers we need to accept Terms and Conditions pertaining to the use of online purchasing sites, or the creation of a …

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