Information Technology Law Reports

Information Technology Law Reports(InfoTLR) is the first single information source to carry the full text of decisions that deal with computers, telecommunications, data protection, and related disputes, many of which are not currently reported at all, or only in condensed form.

Each case is set out using the same format, giving background information, a summary of the case, and other information, on each decision.

Special features of InfoTLR include:

  • Outstanding utility - information on decisions that affect computer and telecommunications industries are collected together and published in one place
  • Originality - includes the full text of previously unreported decisions in these areas
  • Wide coverage - coverage of decisions spans the English High Court, Court of Appeal, House of Lords, CJEU, CFI, EPO Decisions, Data Protection Tribunal, as well as decisions from other common law jurisdictions
  • Clarity - the standard format of each decision ensures clarity and ease of use

The Editor: Richard Budworthis a Barrister, specialising in most areas of family law including Care Proceedings, Children Act 1989, Financial Remedies and Domestic Violence. In addition to editing Information Technology Law Reports,  Richard has has co-authored with Gillian Geddes “The Single Family Court: A Practitioner’s Handbook (pub. Wildy, Simmonds & Hill Publishing, 2016) and is a co-editor of ‘Emergency Remedies in the Family Courts’.

Market: InfoTLR is essential reading for intellectual property lawyers, lawyers in computer and telecommunications companies, government agencies, and lawyers advising companies dealing with databases and data-handling, as well as any busy legal specialist needing easy access to the wealth of decisions in the computer telecommunications business, law libraries and post graduate law students