Cyber Litigation: The Legal Principles

Cyber Litigation: The Legal Principles

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Written by a team of experts from 36 Commercial, this new title describes the developing substance of cyber litigation setting out the position as regards:

- disputes where the subject matter is data or a database
- where the subject matter is software/programming and connected IP issues
- regulatory implications and e-contracts
- currency
- internet of things

It looks at the most common causes of action in cyber litigation, including cybercrime, IP (breach of copyright, trade mark infringement etc.), data protection breaches (eg DPA, GDPR); conflict of laws considerations; alternatives to litigation, such as, the NCA Prevent scheme and situations where arbitration/mediation are mandated. It identifies the pitfalls that those working in this arena need to look out for and address in order not to become involved in litigation as well as advice for those who do find themselves involved in cyber litigation.

 

Table Of Contents

PART I - INTRODUCTION
Chapter 1: What is Cyber Litigation?

PART II – CAUSES OF ACTION
Chapter 2: Cyber Litigation and the Criminal Law
Chapter 3: Cyber Litigation in the Civil Law
Chapter 4: Causes of Action in Data Protection

PART III – LITIGATION AND EVIDENCE
Chapter 5: Jurisdiction
Chapter 6: Class Actions
Chapter 7: Vicarious Liability
Chapter 8: Evidential Considerations

PART IV: REMEDIES AND ALTERNATIVES TO LITIGATION
Chapter 9: Remedies
Chapter 10: Alternatives to Litigation