Judgment handed down in Topalsson v Rolls-Royce Motor Cars [2023] EWHC 1756 (TCC)

Yesterday, the Technology and Construction Court handed down an interesting judgment in Topalsson v Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. The dispute was in relation to the Service Agreement for the supply of Future Configurator Landscape between Topalsson (a software and services company specialising in digital data visualisation based in Germany) and Rolls-Royce (a subsidiary of BMW). Terry […]

13th July 2023

Hamilton & Ors v Post Office Ltd

In Hamilton & Ors v Post Office Ltd [2021] EWCA Crim 577 (23 April 2021) the Court of Appeal (Lord Justice Holroyde, Mr Justice Picken J and Mrs Justice Farbey DBE) allowed the appeals of thirty-nine sub-postmasters, sub-postmistresses, managers and counter assistants, and quashed their convictions. They had all been prosecuted by their employer and […]

26th April 2021

SCL Adjudication Scheme Mock Adjudication with Live Q&A

Date & Time: Wednesday 20th January, 12:00pm We are pleased to be facilitating this mock adjudication scenario alongside the Society of Computers and Law. The session features a software licencing agreement dispute and follows the dispute as it progresses under the SCL Adjudication Scheme. The scenario will demonstrate its key features and what it offers […]

13th January 2021

Podcast: Explaining Artificial Intelligence with Terry Bergin KC and Quentin Tannock

The third episode of 4PC Podcast is brought to you by Terry Bergin KC and Quentin Tannock. In this episode, Terry and Quentin discuss the issue of explaining Artificial Intelligence with specific reference to processing personal data in light of the recent guidance published by the Information Commissioner’s Office. This podcast was originally produced for […]

2nd September 2020

ExplAIning Artificial Intelligence

In a recent article for the Society of Computers and Law, Terence Bergin KC and Quentin Tannock look at the importance of explaining Artificial Intelligence, outlining recent guidance from Project ExplAIn and discussing explanation related challenges for organisations that deploy Artificial Intelligence to process personal data. Read the full article on the Society of Computers […]

3rd August 2020

AI: Changing Rules for a Changed World

In an article for the Society of Computers and Law (SCL), Terence Bergin KC and Quentin Tannock use the rise and expected further development of FinTech to explore some of the legal issues that might arise from AI. Read the full piece on the SCL website.

15th May 2018

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