A number of high profile court cases have pulled the focus back to where the borders of software copyrightability actually now lie, and this, coupled with extraordinary and rapid advances
The purpose of this white paper is to provide a practical guide to legal rights in data - what they are, how they arise and how they can be managed.
Over the last few years, IT lawyers have seen a significant increase in the number and range of cloud contracts coming across their desks. This trend is set to continue
After the bow wave of GDPR readiness legal work in the run up to 25 May 2018, IT lawyers may be forgiven for thinking that the biggest change is now
Since the first version of this white paper in 2016, the range and impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has expanded at a dizzying pace as the area continues to capture
This white paper is aimed at in-house lawyers as an introduction on what to look out for in lawyering an organisation’s procurement, deployment and governance of IT. Download the PDF
Whilst there is still no formally accepted definition, the Internet of things (IoT) is generally understood as everyday things, objects and devices that are connected to the Internet. The range
Richard Kemp originally wrote this white paper on artificial intelligence for Thomson Reuters' Practical Law. In research consultancy Gartner’s ‘Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2007’ survey, Gartner Vice-President and Fellow