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Mandatory injunction refused in business software dispute (Blade Motor Group Limited v Reynolds & Reynolds Limited)

Mandatory injunction refused in business software dispute (Blade Motor Group Limited v Reynolds & Reynolds Limited)
Published on: 17 May 2018
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Mandatory injunction refused in business software dispute (Blade Motor Group Limited v Reynolds & Reynolds Limited)
  • What are the implications of this case for software licensees and licensors?
  • Checking wording
  • Identifying what happens to encrypted or stored data
  • Properly evidencing losses
  • Being held to ransom in a commercial dispute with a licensor
  • What is the background to this case?
  • What did the court decide?

Article summary

TMT analysis: Ali Tabari, barrister and mediator of St Philips Chambers in Birmingham, comments on the implications of Blade Motor Group Limited v Reynolds & Reynolds Limited in which the court refused to grant a mandatory interim injunction which would have required a software provider to provide access to its software. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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