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In July last year Jimmy Choo PLC, via its Registrar Equiniti, held the UK’s first electronic Annual General Meeting (AGM). In so doing, Jimmy Choo made its AGM accessible to all shareholders, regardless of their physical location.
On 4 January 2017, Action Fraud, the UK’s national reporting centre for fraud and cyber-crime, issued a cyber-security alert to schools.
Healthcare is without doubt one of the most significant areas of growth for big data analytics.
In just nine months the Investigatory Powers Bill has been agreed by both Houses of Parliament and will shortly become law.
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Browne Jacobson LLP handled several standout IT projects in 2014, and is a noted name for IT procurement, outsourcing and transactional matters. It advised the Crown Prosecution Service, as part of a cross-office team, on its IT services contracts.
Advised a national charity on a critical new IT roll out that involved the replacement of its EPOS (Electronic Point of Sale) systems, financial software and related hosting and other services. This was part of a major overhaul of our client’s retail system and involved giving them flexibility on equipment, payment methods and use of mobile devices, as well as extra flexibility in terms of payments. Our advice involved structuring and negotiation of the deal, and the subsequent contract management, co-ordination of different suppliers and ongoing support – covering the whole process and made sure that a consistent process resulted in an agreement giving our client the flexibility and control that it needed.
Advised a national government body on the extension of an existing large scale complex IT services contract covering multiple IT service groups, such as, Data Centre & Hosting Services, Application Management Services, End User Devices, Networks & Telephony and Print Services. We also advised on certain service groups that will need to be removed from the scope of the extended contract prior to expiry, along with the complex pricing and the savings to be made across the service groupings under the restructured contract.
Advising Rapiscan Systems Limited and its parent, OSI Systems Incon patent infringement proceedings brought by American Science & Engineering and, at the same time, a revocation action at the UK Intellectual Property Office relating to one of Rapiscan’s backscatter x-ray detection patents. We were able to instantly provide them with a dedicated team which understands Rapiscan’s commercial and technical objectives, dealing with a dispute that is valued in excess of £10 million, listed with technical difficulty rating of 4, and with a five day trial listed for March 2016.
Advised one of the ‘big six’ energy suppliers in a claim for damages in excess of £30m against the main supplier of IT outsourced services for business-critical services such as on-line servicing bookings, virus/security protection and the system allowing trading on the energy futures market. We gathered large amounts of complex IT-related evidence and advised the main board on its strategy for the claim and for the potential termination of the contract.
Providing business critical advice to the National Audit Office on the replacement of its Oracle based Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system for HR, payroll and finance business related activities.
Advising Image Scan Holdings plc on its equity fundraising on AIM by way of a firm placing, conditional placing and directors' subscription.
Katie Hopkins has been ordered to pay £24,000 in damages and substantial legal costs, in relation to two defamatory tweets dating back to May 2015.
The EU Commission has recently published its communication and accompanying Staff Working Document entitled 'Building a European Data Economy'.
Following the judgment in Dewhurst v CitySprint UK Ltd, there is a risk that contractors are in fact workers within the meaning of the Employment Rights Act 1996 and entitled to the protections that the legislation affords.
This case involved an application for strike out of a groundless threats claim by Hardware Labs.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is the UK’s independent authority set up to uphold information rights in the public interest.
With eye-watering financial penalties and the risk of disastrous damage to reputation, are you confident that your systems and processes would withstand the consequences of a breach?
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