This weekend, the town of Tetbury in Gloucestershire will play host to the 5th annual Wacky Races Soapbox Derby, with entries from all over the country gathering to take part in a downhill race through the centre of town.
As part of a recent Q&A roundtable for Corporate Disputes, IT Group experts Tony Sykes and Chris Raske were asked to discuss how they envisage the technology disputes space to evolve over the next 12 months and what particular trends and developments could impact the process of resolving disputes. Here is what they had to say.
To access the full Q&A report click here.
IT Group mobile phone analysis demonstrates that the wrong person was charged in London assault leading to CPS dropping charges.
IT Group was instructed to forensically examine the mobile phone of a defendant accused of a serious criminal offence.
24th April 2016 | Breakfast Seminar: Hot property: defending IP when employees walk away
In the last 12 months, IT Group has seen a surge in instructions relating to ‘Employee Theft’ and it is clear that organisations are becoming more fearful about the potential theft of sensitive intellectual property or similarly critical data by employees. A 2015 survey by Palo Alto Networks supports this notion stating that: “51% of companies consider IP theft to be biggest threat to their business”.
IT Group partner provides support to mediation regarding IP dispute of a software as a service (SAAS) web application.
IT Group’s IP expert forensically analysed two separate software source code repositories in order to present findings in a London based mediation.
Wherever there is money to be made, criminals will be there ready to take a slice of the lucrative pie for themselves. Be it Anne Bonny savaging 18th century trade in the Caribbean or the extortionate organised crime syndicates operating in the 1950’s; with profit, comes crime.
The 21st century is, of course, no different with cyber crime being the modus operandi of choice for a lot of criminals.