This is Eversheds' take on the lessons learned as a result of the decade long legal battle that resulted in EDS paying BSkyB £318m.
HP has agreed to pay BskyB £318m in damages six months after a UK court ruled that HP owned EDS had...
In a BskyB versus EDS repeat we have Marin County in Califonia versus Deloitte.
Could a court ruling in favour of a customer in a long battle with an IT supplier, over a failed IT system, result in higher prices for businesses?
The ruling that
Further to my earlier blog I thought I would expand a bit on one of the points I made.
The general feeling at last week's event, co-sponsored by Computer Weekly and Burnt-Oak Partners, about the EDS/BskyB case was that lying...
I attended a
There are still free places left for an event being hosted by Computer Weekly, Burnt-Oak Partners and legal firm Berwin Leighton Paisner looking at the fallout of the EDS/BskyB case.
The"Promises! Promises!" event will be held at the offices of law firm Berwin Leighton Paisner on...
Computer Weekly and Burnt-Oak Partners, which is a consultancy focused on delivering outsourcing contract results, are jointly holding a seminar that will explore what impact BSkyB's victory in its long run legal battle with EDS will have on...
Peter Brudenall, Lawyer at Hunton & Williams, has agreed to do a blog on the impact that BskyB's courtroom victory over EDS will have on any business involved in outsourcing business services.
How the BskyB victory will change outsourcing
By Peter Brudenall
My colleague Tony Collins has been following the EDS (now HP) BSkyB court battle since the begining.
This case has been going on for five years and is related to a failed CRM system. It has cost both firms millions of pounds.