13 April 2016
by Richard Kemp
Kemp IT Law is delighted to have been recognised for consecutive years by Finance Monthly as IT law firm of the year in the UK.
Finance Monthly’s annual awards offer recognition to law firms and legal professionals who have consistently excelled in all aspects of their work and set new standards of client service.
Read more about the awards here.
Lawyers know best… you just need the right one!
International Transfers Summer 2022 update
Why is opening new files so easy for some firms and so hard for others?
Protection of supplies when insolvency hits
EU Data Act—implications for cloud providers
Chris Kemp Recognised by Best Lawyers
GDPR: Top Ten Practical Tips & Popular Misconceptions
Why Systems Support is the way to a good night’s sleep
To be, or not to be… compliant, that is the data retention question
WEBINAR: Towards a Bridge Over Troubled Water: International Data Transfers between the US, UK and EU
Court of Justice rules on personal data processing by the courts
Draft Guidance and Consultation on DP Research Provisions
First Co-ordinated Enforcement Action on use of Cloud Services in EEA Starts
Expanded regulation of cybersecurity incidents – new UK government consultation
We’re growing our team
Trends in Tech Law – 2010-2022
Tech Law Trends 2022
Artificial intelligence and the art of noise over substance
SCL Webinar: APIs & Software Copyright in 2021
Tech Law Trends for 2022: Kemp IT Law Webinar
Key regulatory areas in technology for in-house lawyers
Epic Games vs Apple – What does the recent decision mean?
Intellectual Property Rights in Technology
UK Data Protection Regime – Staying adequate whilst going it alone
Kemp IT Law expands team with new hire
APIs & Software Copyright in 2021 – A View from each Side of the Pond
Current Issues in Digital Commerce Regulation
Upcoming Platform Regulation: the EU’s Digital Services Act and the UK’s Online Harms Bill
Regulating Video-Sharing Platforms in the UK – a Brief Overview
Why are APIs so important?
Richard Kemp recognised by Best Lawyers as Lawyer of the Year
Regulating ‘Over the Top’ Services in the UK – a Brief Overview
Regulating Online Intermediation Services in the UK – a Brief Overview
APIs: legal aspects of the digital world’s connectivity accelerant – WEBINAR
UK Payment Services Regulation – Data and Cryptoassets: the Developing Landscape
Five things you should know about the EU’s draft AI Regulation
Digital Commerce: Contracting for Digital Services – Top Tips
Google v Oracle: Two Giants and the Little Guy
Artificial Intelligence Comparative Guide
Digital Commerce: Kemp IT Law WEBINAR
Demystifying Tech for non-Tech Lawyers (v4.0)
Legal Aspects of Artificial Intelligence (v3.0)
Who’s Who Legal 2021 – Kemp IT Law
Digital Transformation – Global interview panel led by Kemp IT Law
GTDT: Market Intelligence – Digital Transformation
Trends in information technology law: looking ahead to 2021
Kemp IT Law is a GDR 100 Data Law Firm
The rise of video conferencing – what the ICO And NCSC want you to watch out for
Legal Aspects of Cloud Computing: Cloud Security
Contract formation by email and following purchasing procedures
Covid 19 – terminating or delaying performance of contracts
Governance and Best Practice on the Digital Transformation Journey
Legal Aspects of Managing Data
Managing cybersecurity, data protection and other data risks and liabilities
Please! Save us from your mutant algorithms! An Accountability for Algorithms Act?
Market Update: Key Digital Transformation Issues in Telecoms, Cloud, Software and Services Contracts
Digital Transformation: Key Features of the Legal Landscape
Legal Aspects of Digital Transformation
Join our webinar – Digital Transformation: The Great Shove Online
The 6 “E”s of the Digital Transformation Journey
Brexit: Intellectual Property and Software Code Post-Brexit Transition
Intellectual Property in the Cloud: The Patent Troll Threat
Copyright: Hyperlinks and the Communication to the Public Right
Copyright: Text and Data Mining – New Rules?
Algo IP: Intellectual Property in AI Datasets, Insights and Outputs – the Growing Importance of Trade Secrets
Legal Aspects of Cloud Computing: Cloud Contracting
Algo IP: Intellectual Property in Algorithms, Computer Generated Works and Computer Implemented Inventions
Open Source Software: the Affero GPL, the ‘as a Service’ world and the CAL
Indirect Software Licensing: SAP v Diageo – 3 Years Later
Google v Oracle: The Copyright Case of the Decade
Algo IP – Rights in Code: 2020 Update
Algo IP: Rights in Code – 2020 Update Webinar – 23rd April 2020
Serious Cybernetics: The Commission’s AI White Paper, the US government’s AI Memo
Trends in information technology law: looking ahead to 2020
Final European Banking Authority guidelines on outsourcing came into effect 30th September
Kemp IT Law welcomes first corporate lawyer
Rights in Data
Data trusts and frameworks are gaining traction and on the cusp of widespread adoption
Hot Topics in Cloud Contracts
Reducing Patent Risks at the Edge
Pioneer Profile: Richard Kemp – Kemp IT Law
Law Firm PMS, CMS and DMS Implementation Projects: Delivering and Contracting for Success
Trends in information technology law: looking ahead to 2019
Contract life-cycle management (CLM) software: transforming in-house legal work
Managing the Legal Aspects of Artificial Intelligence
Thomson Reuters’ Legal & Technology Procurement Conference
Kemp IT Law shortlisted for Law Society’s Business Excellence Awards
Cloud IP Litigation: Evolving Patent Defensive Counter Measures
Cloud Adoption: Managing the Legals
Balancing act: cloud benefits versus cloud security
SAM Summit: Future Proofing Your Software Contracts
What has AI ever done for us?
Trends in information technology law: looking ahead to 2018
AI & Robotics: Risk and Responsibility in Professional Services
Secondary Use of Personal Data – Recent UK Developments
Azure IP Advantage in China: Towards ‘Quiet Enjoyment’ in the Global Cloud?
Get GDPR-Ready: Practical Steps to Compliance
Cloud Patent Claim Risks and Cloud Service Providers’ Evolving Contractual Responses
Legal Aspects of Artificial Intelligence
Software over-deployment: Future proofing the licence agreement for the machine age seminar recording
Future proofing software licences for the machine age
Growing Patent Claim Risks in Cloud Computing
Software Over-Deployment: Future Proofing the Licence Agreement for the Machine Age
Privacy, data protection and cyber security in the Internet of Things
SAP v Diageo – the UK’s first software over-deployment case: takeaways for business
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Accountancy Sector
The Rise of the Machines?
In-house legal: The time to start ‘teching-up’ is now
Cloud Computing: Software Patent Claims and the Risks to Service Availability
Trends in information technology law: looking ahead to 2017
AI in the Mainstream: Successfully Managing the Legal Issues of AI Adoption
Kemp IT Law Breakfast Seminar: Successfully Managing the Legal Issues of AI Adoption
LFaaS (Law Firm as a Service) V: ABSs – what’s new, what’s coming into view, what’s working & what’s not?
ABSs – what’s new, what’s coming into view, what’s working & what’s not?
Could a computer algorithm be put on trial?
Brexit and IT Law (II): Data Protection
Brexit and IT Law (I): Where Do We Get Off and What is the Best Article 50 Outcome?
APIs and Copyright: Who Owns the Glue that Sticks the Digital World Together?
The fourth industrial revolution: blockchain and smart contracts
LFaaS (Law Firm as a Service) IV – AI Adoption: Picking up the Pace
Kemp IT Law expands team with new recruit
Intellectual Property Rights in Data – Video Masterclass
Kemp IT Law wins Technology Law 2016 Award from International Advisory Experts
Richard Kemp speaks at Practical Law’s Company Secretary Series: Forum for Unlisted Companies 2016
Evolving Cloud Economics: The Benefits of More Broadly Balanced Regulatory Policy
Kemp IT Law have been awarded Finance Monthly’s Information Technology Law Firm of the Year 2016
Richard Kemp speaks at Practical Law’s 2016 Financial Services Forum
The Lawyer’s Law firm technology report: To the cloud
Richard Kemp participates in Who’s Who Legal’s Information Technology Roundtable: 2016
Trends in information technology law: looking ahead to 2016
Cloud Computing: Implications for the manufacturing sector
Cloud Computing: Implications for the retail sector
Richard Kemp’s comments in The Times: Is Social Media the Ultimate Legal Branding Tool
Seeding the Global Public Sector Cloud: Data Classification, Security Frameworks and International Standards
Seeding the Global Public Sector Cloud – the Benefits of International Standards and a Structured Approach
Kemp IT Law have won Lawyer Monthly’s 2015 Legal Awards, in the category of Internet & E-commerce Law Firm of the Year – UK
Richard Kemp comments in Tech Radar Pro: Can multinationals trust the cloud with precious corporate data?
Richard Kemp comments in Tech Radar Pro: Could privacy protection be the next commodity?
Richard Kemp’s blog: ‘Should HMG take a market rent from its data estate?’ Published in Business Value Exchange Magazine, Part Two, July 2015
LFaaS (Law Firm as a Service) III – AI and the shape of law to come
Richard Kemp’s article published in Business Cloud News, Cloud Computing Intelligence and Mondaq: ‘ISO 27018 and protecting personal information in the cloud: a first year scorecard’
The Lawyer Special Report – Heads in the Cloud
Richard Kemp interviewed by Privacy Law & Business
Trends in information technology law: looking ahead to 2015
Richard Kemp’s Video Interview on Avoiding Big Data Pitfalls in the Cloud
Richard Kemp in The Lawyer Peer panel, November 2014
The Growing Role of Standards in Cloud Contracts – Some Perspectives on ISO 27018
Law Firms and Contracting For the Cloud
LFaaS (Law Firm as a Service) II : The Shape of Law to Come?
Big Data and Data Protection: Preparing for Tales of the Unexpected
Law Firms and the Cloud: Balancing Benefits and Risks
Getting Big Data Right in Insurance – the Gain is worth the Pain
‘LFaaS’ (Law Firm as a Service) I: The Shape of Law to Come?
Legal Aspects of Big Data: Part I – Legal Rights in Data
Legal Aspects of Big Data: Part II – the Legal Team’s Role in Big Data Projects