TMT Law

Lexis®PSL TMT is an online practical guidance product for contentious and non-contentious lawyers dealing with technology, media and telecommunications matters.

Our content is written and structured to cover core TMT topics such as Outsourcing, Software, Defamation and Publishing whilst also providing analysis on cutting-edge technologies such as artificial intelligence, blockchain and drones.

Our Practice Notes set out key principles supported by relevant authority and links through to in-depth commentary and underlying sources in Lexis®Library, all of which are designed to speed up the task of advising on these fast-moving areas of law.

LexisPSL TMT is supported by an in-house legal team with extensive experience in practice and dedicated to producing content specifically for busy practitioners. This experience, combined with extensive customer research, has shaped our practical guidance on TMT issues. We have built and continue to develop our product with the assistance of leading experts in the field.

TMT guidance:

Defamation Act 2013 Before the implementation of the Defamation Act 2013 (DA 2013), defamation actions acquired a reputation for technicality and disproportionate...

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This Practice Note considers the key legal and commercial issues that can arise in a business-to-business context when drafting and negotiating warranties and indemnities...

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This Practice Note introduces cloud computing concepts and describes key principles underpinning the cloud market in the UK. It covers the following: • History of cloud •...

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This Practice Note examines the law and regulation that applies to operating prize promotions, including prize competitions and free prize draws. It covers: • Types of...

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Defences There are a number of substantive defences to a defamation claim, the majority of which are now, since the Defamation Act 2013 (DA 2013), statutory. Any number...

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This Practice Note considers the following commercial and legal issues arising from the use of free and open source software: • What is free and open source software? •...

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Outsourcing is the appointment of a third party supplier to manage certain business processes, functions or responsibilities that were previously carried out by the...

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IT outsourcing is the transfer of information technology processes or services by a customer to a third party supplier, instead of the customer performing the IT...

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This Practice Note provides guidance on the key legal and compliance requirements that a website operator should consider, including: • Brexit • The type and...

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The internet and, in particular, social media is a high risk area for defamation litigation. Content posted on blogs, internet forums, online newspaper comment sections...

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Blockchain has erupted into mainstream consciousness with multiple consultations and discussions by regulators underway or completed around the world. Significant...

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This timeline sets out key dates and information relating to the draft ePrivacy Regulation as it progresses through the EU legislative procedure. It includes...

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This Practice Note introduces the laws and regulations governing advertising in general and covers: • Regulatory regime overview • Non-broadcast advertising • Broadcast...

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This Practice Note identifies and explains key considerations relevant to negotiating and drafting limitation of liability clauses in outsourcing agreements. It covers...

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Introduction Escrow is the process of two or more parties placing property or instruments in the hands of a trusted third party (an ‘escrow agent’). The escrow materials...

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This new starter guide provides an introduction to the technology, media and telecoms (TMT) practice area and the transactions that lawyers in this area are regularly...

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