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E-freight on non-MAP4/Montreal Routes – can the risk be Mitigated?
In this article we explain the objectives of e-freight, the legal and contractual framework underpinning the relationship between carriers and freight forwarders and discuss the possibility of using e-freight on non-MAP4 and MC99 trade lanes.
UK
2 Sep 2010
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Service Levels - Why Customers Should Lay The Groundwork
Even the most dazzling of Sales pitches will be little More than an empty Promise if the service levels Provided aren’t up to scratch. For a customer, making sure a supplier’s performance matches their pitch requires foresight, careful research and detailed drafting from the outset.
UK
11 Jun 2007
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Finding Anonymous Wrongdoers - The e-commerce Context
How do you find out who has made an anonymous bulletin board posting? What if an unknown person has leaked a confidential e-mail to someone? There is a legal remedy which can help claimants find out who is responsible, and recent cases show just how it can be used in an online context.
UK
6 Jun 2007
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Revenue Recognition – Myths and Implications for IT Contract Negotiations (part 2)
In the last edition of Technology Law review, we explained how the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the accounting practices developed around revenue recognition in the US have had some unforeseen consequences.
UK
12 Jul 2006
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Open Source Software – The Case For And Against
The pros and cons of Open Source Software.
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26 Nov 2004
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E-Billing: Some VAT Issues To Bear In Mind
The VAT issues surrounding e-billing.
UK
 
24 Nov 2004
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Electronic Disclosure – Data, Data, Everywhere
Desktop computers, laptops, personal digital assistants, mobile phones…these are just a few of the many sources of electronic data which are common place in today’s technologically advanced world. In this article we consider the impact that electronically generated data is having on disclosure in the course of commercial litigation, we review a party’s obligations and opportunities under the Civil Procedure Rule
UK
9 Sep 2004
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Maintaining Value in Outsourcing Deals
A mistake in the due diligence process by the supplier could lock it into a loss making project which will literally bleed cash for a number of years, whilst the client will worry about the effect on its business should the supplier fail to perform, or should the costs escalate beyond what has been budgeted.
UK
28 Jul 2004
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Successful Outsourcing for Insurers
Outsourcing has become a hot topic for insurers and other businesses alike. This article highlights some of the factors to bear in mind if an outsourcing project is to be successful.
UK
4 Feb 2004
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The Court of Appeal Sets Parameters for Subject Access
The Court of Appeal has provided potentially far reaching and much awaited clarification of the nature and scope of the obligation to respond to subject access requests under the Data Protection Act 1998 (the "Act"). In practical terms, the judgment is likely to reduce the burden, for data controllers, of the obligation to comply with subject access requests, particularly where the personal data sought is held in a manual filing system. More significantly, the decision could also restrict the am
UK
 
23 Dec 2003
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