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EMI Schemes in technology businesses

Thomas Clark

I have been helping clients implement EMI Schemes for years, so long, that some of the early introducers have now exited, taken time off, invested elsewhere, and are now looking to implement EMI Schemes at these new businesses. 

The rise of the autonomous vehicle... the long road ahead

Dorothy Agnew

By 2025, the driverless technology industry is expected to be worth a staggering £900 billion globally.

How to make your IT outsourcing contracts work for you

Dorothy Agnew

Here are my top 3 tips for making your IT outsourcing contracts work for you.

How did our corporate team achieve a Net Promoter Score of 81? While doing £500m of deals in just 18 months

Peter Jeffery

Moore Blatch has extensive experience in IT transactions and helping clients to achieve the best price.

Spinning out without falling over

Dorothy Agnew

When a spin-out company is successful the results can be spectacular. In 2014 Zynga Inc acquired NaturalMotion, a leading games and technology company from Oxford University Innovation whose game titles include Dawn of Titans and CSR Racing, for more than US $527 million. 

Database rights: Technomed v Bluecrest Health Screening

John Warchus

Databases can be protected by database right and/or copyright. A recent spat between the supplier of an internet-based electrocardiogram (ECG) reporting system known as the “ECG Cloud” has led to the conclusion that a simple PDF document relating to the ECG Cloud was protected by both database right and copyright.

The Digital Economy Act: introducing the "New Code"

Edward Whittington

The 27th April 2017 brought the Digital Economy Act, a refreshed version of the previous Digital Economy Act of 2010. As well as updating sentencing for criminal copyright infringement, the most interesting aspect is the so called “New Code”, which replaces the existing electronic communications code found in both the Telecommunications Act 1984 and the Communications Act 2003. 

Largest data breach in recorded history - Yahoo data breach prompts claim for damages

Claire Haverfield

In a consolidated class law suit following the judgment of US District Judge Lucy Koh in the Northern Californian court on 30 August 2017, Yahoo faces court action from over half a billion users of its services.

Business owners - are you aware of recent regulations that came into force in the UK?

Polly Cross

On 26 June 2017 the Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017 came into force in the United Kingdom.

Breaking records for all the wrong reasons - lessons to be learnt from TalkTalk

Dorothy Agnew

In what has become a stark reminder to all companies to take appropriate measures to protect customer data, TalkTalk has been fined a record £400,000 by the ICO for cyber security failings


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