Below is a list of all articles published on the site since 1998 (most recent first)
- Multi-vendor Outsourcing in Practice 19/09/2014
Multi-vendor outsourcings have become an established part of the central government contract landscape over the last few years. Roger Bickerstaff has worked on a variety of multi-vendor projects, advising both public sector customers and customers and private sector bidders. In this article, he uses his practical experience to identify some of the key issues that are emerging in the conduct of these procurement processes.
- E-disclosure: Knowing Value and Knowing Costs 19/09/2014
Hitesh Chowdhry and Tom Alexander offer some guidance for lawyers on how to budget for e-disclosure costs and what to consider when selecting an e-disclosure provider.
- Driving us from Distraction 17/09/2014
David Flint ponderson, and worries about, the Internet of Things and self-driving cars
- Uber: TfL and the Taxonomy of Taximeters 16/09/2014
Neil Brown examines the recent controversy over the taxi app ‘Uber’, and questions whether TfL’s decision in favour of Uber is a beneficial step for innovation.
- The Microsoft Dublin Warrant Case and Litigation Readiness 09/09/2014
Nick Rich considers one aspect of the recent controversial ruling affecting Microsoft servers in Dublin and suggests an approach to deal with it
- European Commission IT Procurement Information-gathering Exercise 09/09/2014
Pearse Ryan and Patrick McGovern flag up an important EU information-gathering exercise
- Legal and Procedural Aspects of ODR in a Justice System 08/09/2014
Darin Thompson continues his series of articles on online dispute resolution. In this second article in his series, he looks both at some conceptual matters affecting the foundation of the approach to ODR solutions and at some highly practical issues that flow from his preferred approach.
- Implementing Online Dispute Resolution in a Public Justice System 27/08/2014
In the first of a series of articles, Darin Thompson examines ODR issues at a time when they may become of special relevance in England and Wales
- Res Robotica! Liability and Driverless Vehicles 25/08/2014
In the case of driverless vehicles, and perhaps more generally in robot law, Peter Lee and Sabrina Richards suggest that the robot laws for the 21st Century might best be inspired by the Romans
- Google Glass Review 20/08/2014
Kuan Hon writes about her impressions of Google Glass after a session with a demo unit
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