Is There a Duty to Warn?

Those involved in advising in the context of systems and outsourcing disputes can find a lot of inspiration in the cases coming out of the Technology and Construction Court – even when those cases deal with purely construction matters. Many IT lawyers remain unaware of them, and this article from Richard Stevens is intended to highlight one aspect of a supplier’s (or service provider’s) duty: the so-called duty to warn.

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