My new talk show goes live Friday 19 May at 2.30pm. It will run for 6 weeks and will cover a number of topical legal issues. I'll be speaking to four experts on each show and the first is about GDPR and data location, the second (Friday May 26) is about cloud contracting risks. It's… Continue reading Technology & the Law: lights, camera, action!
Companies are finding interesting uses for blockchain. Wave is seeking to simplify maritime trade established over hundreds of years. In place of bills of lading other transitional documents, they propose a secure online blockchain mechanism to buy and sell goods. This might even reduce maritime litigation but only if it addresses key issues like late… Continue reading Who decides what terms apply to Blockchain?
Businesses are having to plan around the Brexit/Trump effect. Do you continue with EU suppliers & customers and maybe have tariffs on your EU business? Do you build up your UK base to avoid tariffs? Will Trump put a trade deal with Britain at the front of the queue or the back? Now is a good… Continue reading How to get your contracts ready for Brexit
Migrating to an outsourced IT service including cloud is a great opportunity to outsource responsibility for IT and employees while simultaneously increasing efficiency and decreasing cost. At least, that’s the theory. The reality can be a lot more sobering. The SSP outage should serve as a reminder that while cloud can be great for your… Continue reading Did you read the terms or just click Accept?