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20 April 2020

The Coronavirus challenge for tech coworking spaces

This blog will explore the difficulties currently facing tech coworking spaces in light of the Covid-19 pandemic, how providers can keep tenants engaged and what the future may hold for these spaces. For an audio introduction to this topic, please listen to episode 7 of our Tech in Two Minutes podcast.

Andrew Solomon

13 February 2020

AI and Algorithmic Decision-Making in the Public Sector and Criminal Justice System

In recent years there has been lively discussion about artificial intelligence revolutionising the way we work and live our lives. In its policy paper on the AI Sector Deal, the UK government predicted that the development of AI technology could have the same dramatic impact on society as the invention of the printing press.

Fred Allen

18 December 2019

An early Christmas present for the tech sector from the CMA?

The Competition and Markets Authority (“CMA”) has today (18 December 2019) given the tech sector an early Christmas present by publishing its interim report on its market study, commenced earlier this year, into online platforms and digital advertising.

Alexander Torpey

31 October 2019

Essentials for drafting online consumer terms and conditions

If you are a trader selling to consumers online, whether that is through a web-based platform or a mobile app, it is important that you understand and comply with relevant consumer protection laws. Eager to launch, many traders fail to satisfy the key legal requirements of fairness and transparency in their online consumer terms despite serious consequences for non-compliance.

Andrew Solomon

25 October 2019

Shanks v Unilever: What does this mean for employers’ intellectual property rights?

After a 13 year legal battle, the Supreme Court has awarded £2m in compensation to a professor for an invention he created during his employment, nearly forty years ago. This ruling poses the question; will Shanks v Unilever open the floodgates to future compensation claims from disgruntled employees?

James Fulforth

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