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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.
Tthe court has held that an exchange of emails between the claimants’ and defendants’ respective solicitors constituted a binding settlement in relation to litigation, and that a formal settlement agreement was not necessary.
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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.