Information and Communications Technology

I have just uploaded our "Information and Communications Technology" page on our Chambers site. This outlines some of the things that we do in chambers:

- settling and reviewing assignments of computer software, databases and other works;

- settling and reviewing shrink-wrap, click wrap and other licences;

- drafting and reviewing hardware, software development and turnkey agreements;

- drafting and reviewing terms of trade including website and internet access conditions

- drafting and reviewing hardware, software and maintenance agreements;

- advising and representing applicants for software implemented and business method patents

- advising and representing parties before the Technology and Construction Court

- advice and representation in data protection and freedom of information claims;

- advice and representation in domain name disputes before the UDRP panellists or Nominet DRS experts; and

much, much more.


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