- Section 233B of the Insolvency Act 1986—implications for the IT services industry
- What are the implications of IA 1986, s 233B for software developers, software resellers or licensors, IaaS, PaaS and SaaS providers, data processing service providers and IT integration service providers?
- Exclusions and application
- To what extent does the ‘essential supplies’ regime under IA 1986, s 233–233A remain relevant to IT services providers, and how do those sections and IA 1986, s 233B interact in those contexts?
- What changes should suppliers of each of those services consider making to their practices or contractual documentation?
TMT analysis: Kit Burden, partner and global co-chair of Technology Sector at DLA Piper, discusses the implications of the new section 233B of the Insolvency Act 1986 (IA 1986) on the IT services industry.
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