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Nicola Fulford and Alex Cravero of Kemp Little look back at the most significant security and data privacy issues of 2014, and consider what we might expect to see in 2015.
The latest version of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) took effect from 1 January 2015.
A recent summary judgment by the High Court serves to highlight the role an audit clause plays when a licensor’s desire to police the use of its intellectual property conflicts with the licensee’s interest in preserving its own confidential information.
Despite the efforts of The Apprentice candidates, wearable technology is no laughing matter; this £450m industry is becoming increasingly popular, both in and outside the workplace.
2014 ended up being a bumper year for tech IPOs across the globe, but can the momentum continue into 2015?
In Northrop Grumman Mission Systems Europe Ltd v BAE Systems, BAE was engaged by the Ministry of Defence in Saudi Arabia to provide it with a computer system.
This article takes a brief look at three of the main corporate aspects of the latest version of the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill.
Late last year ISO 27018 was published, covering the processing of personal data in the cloud.
In its paper entitled Big data and data protection published last year the Information Commissioner’s Office provides its view of the issues surrounding big data and privacy.
M&A Diligence: time-limited obligation to resolve a dispute by friendly discussions found to be enforceable
Care should be taken when inserting clauses into acquisition agreements that require parties to speak to each other to resolve problems.
A truncated due diligence exercise, however time-efficient, can lead to unexpected exposure for purchasers.
The High Court has held that a director is not subject to an implied term requiring the delivery up of confidential documents after the termination of his appointment.
Let’s look back over some of the capital market activity which captured the attention of the investors and the media this year.
If you are thinking of forming a new company, limited liability partnership or business, new regulations coming into force on 31 January 2015 may help when it comes to choosing your company name.
Like all digital content industries, video gaming has been beset by piracy, and this article looks at some of the issues facing the sector.
Kemp Little looks at the development of case law on TUPE in outsourcing situations and draws out five main themes from the key cases of the last 12 months.
The cost of poorly performing IT and intra-group outsourcing in the FS sector — it could be higher than you think
The recent spate of fines handed down to banks demonstrates how critical the understanding, control and oversight of IT systems has become within the FS sector.
Nicola Fulford, privacy and data protection partner, and Alex Cravero, commercial technology associate, discuss the significance of the Shellshock bugs.
This piece considers the impact of the Payment Systems Regulator, which was created on 1 April 2014 by the Financial Services (Banking Reform) Act 2013.
Over the past few months, the press has reported a rash of upcoming spin-offs.