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Restrictive covenants are one form of protection employers can use to protect access to client and suppliers and solicitation of other employees post employment.
On 28 November 2013, the European Commission announced a proposal for a directive on trade secrets and confidential information.
Where a former employee takes his or her former employer’s information, data or materials to a competitor, the former employer will normally have a range of options open to it.
An English judgment from July 2013 demonstrates that English courts can make it possible for the company to take back control of LinkedIn accounts.
With the rise of smart devices, the powerful combination of computing technology and internet connectivity has moved from our offices and homes to our bags and pockets.
The Taylor Wessing Technology Barometer tracks the temperature of the UK technology sector.
The OFT finds a significant imbalance of power between ICT suppliers and public sector buyers that prevents effective competition.
The MHRA offers useful guidance on the difference between apps that are regulated as medical devices and those that are related to healthcare but do not qualify.
The CJEU has confirmed that site-blocking injunctions can be granted against ISPs, provided they strike a ‘fair balance’ between fundamental rights.
It is hard now to imagine growing up in a world without the internet. The online environment is invaluable for learning, socialising and entertaining everyone, not least children.
Spare a thought for the technology lawyer. He or she can spend hours crafting a set of website or mobile terms and conditions the size of a small novella and what happens?
The Office of Fair Trading has published its final report on its market study into the supply of information and communication technology to the public sector.
The UK government has announced the finalised wording of its proposed reform of UK copyright exceptions. This briefing focuses on caricature, parody and pastiche.
The UK government has announced the finalised wording of its proposed reform of UK copyright exceptions. This briefing focuses on fair dealing with quotations.
The UK government has announced the finalised wording of its proposed reform of UK copyright exceptions. This briefing focuses on personal copies for private use.
The UK government has announced the finalised wording of its proposed reform of UK copyright exceptions. This briefing focuses on contract overrides.
The European court has confirmed that site-blocking injunctions can be granted against ISPs, provided the injunctions strike a ‘fair balance’ between fundamental rights.
Mr Justice Arnold has handed down his decision in the case of Starsight Telecast and United Video Properties v Virgin Media, Virgin Media Payments and TiVo.
Taylor Wessing’s private equity group has advised Electra Partners on the acquisition of audio mixing console manufacturer Calrec from D&M Holdings.