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

Tech Disputes Network webinar: IT project disputes and how to run a project failure claim

Software development, implementation and transformation projects give rise to some of the most complex disputes in the tech space. Join Matthew Lavy and Gideon Shirazi for the next online event with the Tech Disputes Network where experienced panellists will answer some of the big questions about these projects and related disputes. Topics that will be covered include: • How to see […]

12th January 2021

TechLaw Chat – Episode 5

Episode 5 of Matthew Lavy and Iain Munro‘s podcast series, TechLaw Chat, is now available. The episode explores the benefits and limitations of Smart Contracts in the context of human-provided services by considering the practicalities of using Smart Contracts to regulate the contractual relationship between brands and social media influencers. Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or online via TechLaw.chat.

29th December 2020

Book Launch – The Law of Artificial Intelligence

“The Law of Artificial Intelligence” edited by Matthew Lavy of 4 Pump Court and Matt Hervey of Gowling WLG has been published this week. The new title provides an essential overview for practitioners working with the law of artificial intelligence, covering how key areas of current civil and criminal law apply to artificial intelligence and […]

17th December 2020

TechLaw Chat – Episode 4

Episode 4 of Matthew Lavy and Iain Munro‘s podcast series, TechLaw Chat, is now available. This episode is the second of two podcasts looking at ransomeware attacks. Episode 4 specifically addresses liability arising out of a cyber attack involving highly confidential client data. Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or online via TechLaw.chat.

7th December 2020

AI and Data Protection: The ICO Guidance (2)

In a two part article for the Society of Computers and Law, Quentin Tannock surveys the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) Guidance on AI and Data Protection, identifying remaining challenges and those areas where further Artificial Intelligence (AI) related materials are anticipated from the ICO.  In the first instalment of the article, Quentin looks at the background […]

19th November 2020

Reasons to Issue a Claim Form in UK–EU/EFTA Disputes in 2020, while the Going is Good

With the Brexit transition period set to end on 31 December 2020, this article looks at the implications for jurisdiction and the recognition & enforcement of judgments in cross-border litigation involving parties split between the UK and EU/EFTA member states, with a particular focus on litigation before the courts of England and Wales. It concludes […]

4th November 2020

AI and Data Protection: The ICO Guidance (1)

In a two part article for the Society of Computers and Law, Quentin Tannock surveys the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) Guidance on AI and Data Protection, identifying remaining challenges and those areas where further Artificial Intelligence related materials are anticipated from the ICO.  In the first instalment, Quentin looks at the background to the Guidance and […]

21st October 2020

TechLaw Chat – Episode 2

Episode 2 of Matthew Lavy and Iain Munro‘s recently published podcast series, TechLaw Chat is now available. This episode, titled “Give me my Bitcoin back!”, addresses the legal remedies that are available when Bitcoin are misappropriated, and some of the practical challenges of enforcement. Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or online via TechLaw.chat.

21st October 2020

#LitigationHacks for cryptocurrency fraud

Matthew Lavy will be speaking at the latest BrightTALK webinar on 20th October 2020 alongside Danny Quah of Providence Law Asia LLC. Matthew and Danny will address court-based tools in England and Singapore that victims of cryptocurrency fraud can consider using to recover their stolen assets. Such tools include: Proprietary, “Black Swan” and “Persons Unknown” […]

Podcast: The ICO perspective on AI and data protection with Simon McDougall

The latest episode of 4PC Podcast is brought to you by Quentin Tannock. Quentin talks with Simon McDougall, Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) Deputy Commissioner, on the topic of AI and data protection.  Their discussion covers the ICO perspective on AI and data protection, the recent ICO Guidance on the topic, key challenges and opportunities for industry in the […]

23rd September 2020

4 Pump Court are gold sponsors of the Society of Computers and Law Annual Conference 2020

We are delighted to be sponsoring the SCL Annual Conference again this year, albeit under different circumstances to usual. This year’s conference will be held virtually across two days on 7th and 8th October. The schedule for the conference runs as follows: Tech for Tech Lawyers – understanding the technology behind Software Development & Technology […]

7th September 2020

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