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Morgan, Burden and Berry on IT Contracts

Morgan, Burden and Berry on IT Contracts
10th Edition
ISBN:  9780414087545
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  30 Jul 2021
Format:  eBook - ProView
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The 10th edition of Morgan, Burden and Berry on IT Contracts:
  • deals with the GDPR, the Data Protection Act 2018 and the latest guidance from the Information Commissioner;
  • contains a new chapter and three precedents for artificial intelligence;
  • includes a precedent for intermediation services based on Regulation (EU) 2019/1150 on promoting fairness and transparency for business users of online intermediation services;
  • discusses the Trade Secrets (Enforcement) Regulations 2018;
  • makes extensive use of the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013;
  • considers the development of software licences post SAP v Diageo;
  • includes a completely rewritten section on export control, covering the US as well as the UK;
  • discusses the increasingly common use of agile methodology in software development, and provides a suitable precedent;
  • responds to the recommendation of formal agreements for data-sharing in the Information
  • Commissioner’s latest code of practice with an updated precedent to cover data-sharing;
  • examines in detail the key area of non-web based services, looking at the impact of consultancy and outsourcing in the IT contractual context;
  • recognises the increasing relevance of web-based (e.g. Cloud) services by giving them a central place
  • central place in the structure of the work; and
  • examines afresh the topic of procurement and its relevance in the light of changing regulations.

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