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For a number of years, one of the most hotly debated topics involving cloud computing has been around the security, confidentiality and integrity of data.
The new remuneration rules proposed in the joint consultation will affect all firms that are dual regulated by the PRA and the FCA.
Kemp Little has been shortlisted for the 2014 FT Innovative Lawyers Awards in the category of legal industry pioneer.
Four of the world’s largest technology companies hit the headlines recently when they settled a $324m class action, but the settlement was later overturned in the courts.
As cloud services develop and mature, one of the key differentiators between suppliers is the service-level agreements they are willing to offer.
For a number of years, lawyers have debated the issue of whether it is an infringement of copyright to link to or frame online content owned by a third party.
The latest report on venture capital funding in the tech sector from CB Insights has revealed an interesting trend in the nature of tech businesses coming up to IPO.
The PDG’s open data statement will be of interest to any business that uses public data and/or wants to develop products and services built using public data.
The government’s stated aim of improving access to finance for SMEs will be bolstered by its recent statement on 6 August 2014.
Recent guidance clarifies that the use of female-only shortlists or quotas to encourage more women on corporate boards is unlawful.
Ensure restrictive covenants in a sale agreement are enforceable (as the courts won’t do it for you)
The Court of Appeal has overturned a decision in which the judge read words into a restrictive covenant clause to reflect what he determined the parties had in mind at the time of drafting.
Kemp Little discusses GoPro, a manufacturer of wearable cameras popular with extreme sports enthusiasts, and its share price surge following its IPO back in June.
The FCA has provided a list of questions for regulated firms to consider when using third parties in the delivery of critical technology services.
This paper outlines the key benefits of multi-sourcing, the challenges and risks and the options available to customers to manage these risks.
Mobile payments has been heralded as a growth area in technology, retail and financial services for some time now.
Copyright, database right, confidentiality and trademarks are all relevant when considering how data could be protected.
Court of Appeal clarifies Mitchell guidance on relief from sanctions — a welcomed departure from the hardline approach to procedure
Following Mitchell v News Group Newspapers, judges across the country have grappled with various different applications for relief from sanctions.
A recent Court of Appeal case has caused consternation among City lawyers for introducing significant legal uncertainty over the established distinction between loans and debentures in English law.
The creation of a central registry of company beneficial ownership information.
There has been a recent trend towards lock-up agreements being waived by the bank in whose favour they are given before the stated expiry date. The ABI has expressed concerns about the recent increased frequency of such waivers.