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Questions and Issues relating to the SCL Lecture 2010

The SCL Lecture 2010 from Samuel Mani Kallupurakal, Head of Legal at Infosys Technologies, will give its audience an opportunity to listen to a man with a unique perspective that will inform your views of India and its law, and outsourcing practice in particular. This blog gives SCL members the opportunity to raise issues and questions that they would like to see covered.

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A Lack of Direction

Sometimes even the best navigators need an extra pointer. In the terra nova that is e-disclosure, we need as many as we can get.

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Sky’s the Limit for Salesmen

The BSkyB v EDS case is going to leave most ordinary people bemused. But I believe it really is a very important ruling that should make litigators involved with large-scale contracts smile. Don’t miss the chance to book for a special SCL London Group Meeting on the case to be held on 8 March.

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Predictions 2010: Thirteenth Post

Pearse Ryan offers a potpourri of predictions for the year ahead from the Irish perspective. There is still time to send your predictions for 2010 or to add comments to the many predictions that we have published to date

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Immobile Technology

The snow must be a welcome boost for advocates of home working. This post is aimed at those for whom home working is something of a novelty.

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Predictions: Twelfth Post

The 12 days of Christmas may be over but it's still Predictions season. Paul Heritage-Redpath, Product Manager - IRIS Law Business, provides his predictions for 2010 and beyond. There is still time to send your predictions for 2010 or to add comments to the many predictions that we have published to date

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Privacy Locks

There’s nothing like a trip to the DIY store to bring home the importance of privacy, or lack of it.

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Predictions 2010: Eleventh Post

Stewart Room, partner in the Privacy and Information Law Group at Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP, provides his predictions for 2010 and beyond. There is still time to send your predictions for 2010 or to add comments to the many predictions that we have published to date.

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