Case Files – 1998 – 2007

Crown – v – Kennedy 2007 Birmingham

An examination of a mobile phone and SIM card was carried out

 Crown – v – Whyte 2007 London

Call data was analysed and call mapping carried out in relation to a robbery in London

Crown – v – Gill 2007 Manchester

Forensic analysis of a Siemens Benq M315 handset and SIM card was carried out to confirm an alibi related to a charge of robbery

Crown – v – Braddock 2007 Manchester

Analysis of a mobile phone and SIM card were carried out. This investigation was followed up with cell-site analysis used to identify the location of the handset at particular times

Crown – v – Mathialakan 2007 Harrow

Data capture was carried out on a Nokia 6230 handset in order to identify any text messages sent and received by the device

Crown – v – Marwaha 2007 Plumstead

Cell-site analysis was undertaken alongside handset and SIM card investigation in order to corroborate an alibi in relation to a murder charge

Crown – v – Marasli 2007 Nottingham

An investigation was carried out on a SIM card in order to retrieve text message data relevant to a grievous bodily harm charge

Crown – v – Brown 2007 London

An analysis of call billing data and call mapping were carried out following an armed robbery in London

Crown – v – Deniz Marasli 2007 Nottingham

Sim card examinations were conducted in relation to a charge of grievous bodily harm. The examination resulted in the retrieval of dialled and address book phone numbers.

Crown – v – Gilmour 2007 Rhyl

A charge of making a threat to kill led to this investigation. This investigation involved the verification of alleged false (altered) text messages and detailed analysis of Motorola V635 handset and SIM Card.

Crown – v – Hollins 2007 Birmingham

A forensically sound examination of a Sony Ericsson W800i handset, sim card and memory card was conducted. Various images, text messages and phonebook entries were recovered

Crown – v – Mathialakan 2007 Luton

A forensically sound examination of a Nokia 6230 handset was conducted. This involved the retrieval of call register data accompanied by relevant time information (time stamps)

Crown – v – Gilling 2007 Swindon

The involvement or conspiracy to a commit numerous robberies led to this investigation, which involved the forensic analysis of Call Data and Cell-Site Analysis

Crown – v – Marwaha 2007 London

A charge of murder led to subsequent in-depth cell-site analysis of numerous phone numbers including relevant call map exhibits.

Crown – v – Brown 2007 London

A series of armed robberies led to this investigation which involved in-depth cell-site analysis of call data.

Crown – v – Erskine 2007 Manchester

An examination of a Nokia 6070 handset and SIM Card

Crown – v – Paul Smith 2007 Woolwich

A charge related to the creation of indecent image files stored on a personal computer led to this investigation involving cell-site analysis over specific dates.

Crown – v – Mark Bennett 2007 Taunton

This case consisted of the forensic analysis of Motorola V3 and Sharp GX17 handset text messages

Crown – v – Dudley 2007 Birmingham

This case involved an examination of a Samsung D900 handset and an O2 SIM Card with particular emphasis on text messages and call registers

Crown – v – Gurbashan Gill 2007 Leicester

A charge in connection to an alleged incident in a nightclub led to detailed Cell-Site analysis and call mapping in Leicester and Market Harborough.

Crown – v – Nevers 2007 Snaresbrook

A charge relating to a number of robberies led to this investigation, which involved in-depth Cell-Site Analysis.

Crown – v – Smith 2007 Maidstone

A forensic examination of SIM Cards and Motorola V220 and Sagem myX-3 handsets.

Crown – v – Leaver 2006 Luton

A forensic investigation was carried out on a handset and SIM card in order to recover deleted messages to assist in a rape charge

Crown – v – Lock 2006 Birmingham

When a cash collection case was stolen a detailed cell-site analysis was carried out in order to establish the movements of the defendant

Crown – v – Joy 2006 York

An analysis of two handsets and SIM cards were instigated in order to retrieve text message and call information

Crown – v – Dair 2006 Preston

Cell site analysis was carried out in order to establish the movements of the defendant

Global Computer Security (GCS) – v – British Phonographic Institution (BPI) 2006

Charges relating to music piracy led to the examination of mobile phone equipment which the recovery of call register data, text messages, image content, video content and audio content.

Crown – v – Walker & Others 2006 Birmingham

This investigation involved detailed Cell-Site analysis and site surveys of T-Mobile in the Birmingham area.

Crown – v – Saleem 2006 Manchester

This investigation involved forensic examination of mobile handsets to recover text messages, call event time stamps and phonebook entries.

Crown – v – Griffin 2006 Stoke-On-Trent

An alleged petrol bomb incident led to this investigation. This investigation involved the forensic analysis of internet chat records, e-mails and also the examination of SIM cards and mobile phone handsets in relation to call event data (time stamps etc)

Crown – v – Edmondson 2006 Worcester

Charges of robbery led to this investigation which involved in-depth cell-site and call event analysis.

Crown – v – Malik 2006 Bradford

A forensically sound examination of a SIM card was carried out with emphasis on the analysis of content, time stamps and sender/recipient relating to text messages.

Crown – v – Cox 2006 Blackpool

A forensically sound examination of a Sagem myV-65 handset was carried out with emphasis on text messages (time stamps, sent/received) and image content.

Crown – v – P M 2006 Bradford

A charge of intent to supply Class A Drugs led to this investigation which involved the retrieval of data from a Panasonic GD87 handset and SIM card and the retrieval of call register data (missed/received calls etc).

Crown – v – Miller 2006 York

Charges to pervert the course of justice in relation to a previous complaint in 2005 led to this investigation. The investigation consisted of the analysis of call and text messages with particular attention to the timing of such events.

Crown – v – Pervaiz 2006 Burnley

A kidnapping charge led to this investigation which involved a forensic examination of a Nokia 3220 handset and SIM Card. The examination revealed a number of text messages and phonebook entries

Crown – v – Dair & Others 2006 Preston

A charge of robbery led to detailed billing analysis, handset and SIM card forensic examination and cell-site analysis for this investigation.

Crown – v – Allam, Reed, Reid and Wilmott 2006 Stafford

Charges of arson with intent to danger life led to this investigation which consisted of in-depth mobile phone and cell-site analysis for numerous phone numbers.

Crown – v – Lock 2006 Birmingham

A collaboration of individuals who allegedly took part in an armed robbery led to this investigation. An in-depth analysis of cell site data supported by mobile phone growth statistics was conducted

Crown – v – Jones 2006 Rhyl

A forensically sound examination of a Nokia 3100 handset was carried out with emphasis on time stamps of call events relating to particular caller aliases

Crown – v – Parfitt 2006 Chester

Following allegations of possessing indecent images of children a forensic investigation was carried out on the defendant’s computer

Crown – v – Leaver 2006 Luton

This investigation involved forensic examination of a Nokia 3220 handset in relation to call events calendar/organiser data. A large amount of data, particularly text messages, was recovered.

Crown – v – Cole 2006 Birmingham

Cell-Site analysis relating to an alleged street robbery. Such analysis involved cell-site surveys and consideration of local travel routes. The defendant was found not guilty after the Judge directed the jury to return a not guilty verdict on the first day of the trial.

Crown – v – Powles 2006 Birmingham

A forensically sound examination of a Samsung D600 handset was carried out with emphasis on time stamps of call events, content of text messages and also image and video content.

Crown – v – Scott-Thomas 2006 Harrow

A charge of robbery led to this investigation which consisted of billing analysis and call mapping analysis of relevant cell-sites

Crown – v – Young 2006 Wolverhampton

A forensic examination of a computer was carried out in relation to allegations of taking and possessing indecent images of children

Crown – v – Price 2006 Rhyl

A charge of grievous bodily harm led to various text message retrievals via a sim card examination.

Crown – v – Turpin 2006 London

A murder charge led to an in-depth sim card and handset examination. The examination recovered a series of images and phonebook entries.

Crown – v – Shears 2006 Cannock

Charges relating to the supply of controlled substances led to this investigation, which involved the analysis of SIM cards and mobile handsets

Crown – v – Cobb 2006 Chester

A computer was forensically examined following allegations of possessing indecent images of children

Crown – v – Malasi 2006 London

A fatal shooting in London led to an investigation involving detailed, in-depth cell-site analysis. The investigation concentrated on communication between numerous individuals and their whereabouts in relation to call events made/received

Crown – v – English 2006 Sunderland

A forensic analysis of a computer was instigated following an allegation of murder and attempted murder

Crown – v – Simmons 2006 Melksham

A forensically sound examination of a Motorola V220 handset was carried out. Call register data and various text messages were recovered as a result of the examination.

Crown – v – Khalik 2006 Manchester

In-depth Cell-Site analysis of Vodafone call data

Crown – v – Dawson 2006 Lancashire

Allegations of possession of indecent images led to a forensic investigation being carried on a computer and external storage device

Crown – v – Keppler 2006 Leeds

This investigation involved cell-site survey work on a specific cell site in Gwaenysgor, Wales

Crown – v – Crossley 2005 Bradford

A forensic analysis of two computers was carried out following allegations of possession of indecent material

Crown – v – Clarke 2005 Manchester

An investigation of a mobile phone and SIM card was carried out to identify text and call logs

Crown – v – Henderson 2005 Herts

A forensic analysis of a handset and SIM card was executed to locate any evidence pertaining to a case of sexual misconduct and affray

Crown – v – Clyde 2005

Rape allegations led to the forensic investigation of a mobile phone in order corroborate other evidence

Crown – v – Napier 2005 Bradford

A forensic analysis was carried out on a computer seized from the defendant following an allegation of possession of indecent material

Crown – v – Duggan 2005 Burnley

A mobile phone and SIM card were forensically investigated to reveal evidence related to an assault charge

Crown – v – Lord 2005 Bristol

Mobile phone data was analysed in relation to an accusation of breaching a restraining order by phone call and text message

Crown – v – Taylor 2005 Stoke-on-Trent

A number of computers were forensically analysed following the discovery of indecent material on the defendant’s PC

Crown – v – Willis 2005

A forensically sound investigation of a Motorola V547 handset was undertaken. A number of text messages were recovered

Crown – v – McKenzie 2005 Manchester

An investigation of a Handset and SIM card was carried out to reveal text message and call activity data

Crown – v – O’Neil 2005 Preston

A handset and SIM card were forensically examined to identify numbers and call history

Crown – v – Clark 2005 Barnsley

This investigation involved forensic analysis of a SIM Card with particular emphasis on text message activity

Crown – v – Dallimore 2005 Trowbridge

A charge of robbery led to this investigation, which involved analysis of T-Mobile and Virgin call data records and Cell-Site data.

Crown – v – Maguire & Others 2005 Belfast

A murder in Northern Ireland led to this investigation, which set legal precedent by introducing the important field of cell-site analysis for the first time in any court within Northern Ireland.

Crown – v – Dawson 2005 Nottingham

A charge of rape led to this investigation, which involved the analysis of multiple mobile phones, text message data and verification of data authenticity. Expert testimony resulted in an acquittal.

Crown – v – Ahmed 2005 London

A charge of murder in relation to the discovery of a body in a suitcase found in the river Thames led to this investigation, which involved in-depth cell–site analysis.

Crown – v – Napier 2005 Bradford

Charges of making and possession of indecent images led to this investigation, which involved forensic analysis of a number of Apple Laptop and Tower computers plus other digital media.

Crown – v – Sunderland 2005 London

Forensic computing analysis in relation to charges of making/possession/distribution of indecent images. The investigation included Internet usage analysis, keyword searches, malicious Trojan examination and investigation of third party involvement. Expert testimony resulted in an acquittal

Crown – v – Openshaw 2005 Rochdale

A forensic investigation was carried out on a computer following allegations of possessing indecent material

Crown – v – Buckley 2005 Stafford

Forensic computing analysis in relation to charges of making/possession/distribution of indecent images. The investigation included Internet usage analysis, keyword searches, malicious Trojan examination and investigation of third party involvement. Expert testimony resulted in several charges being dropped.

Crown – v – Crossley 2005 Bradford

Forensic computing analysis in relation to charges of making/possession/distribution of indecent images. The investigation included Internet usage analysis, keyword searches, malicious Trojan examination and investigation of third party involvement. Matter settled out of court.

Crown – v – O’Toole 2005 Birmingham

A charge of murder led to this investigation, which involved in-depth cell–site analysis

Crown – v – White 2005 Stoke-on-Trent

A computer forensically investigated after the defendant was accused of possession of indecent material

Crown – v – Rayson 2005 Nottingham

Forensic computing analysis regarding charges of making a threat to kill. Case involved examination of E–mail spoofing systems, analysis of origin of received e–mails and co–ordination with Internet Service Providers.

HMCE – v – Grebby 2005 Nottingham

Charges relating to import duty evasion led to this investigation, which involved the analysis of multiple mobile phones and call billing data along with international numbering plans

Crown – v – Ahmed 2005 Nottingham

The value of computer equipment was calculated following a seizure by Nottingham Police

Oates – v – Hartley 2005 Exeter

Investigation and Analysis of a telephone voice recording system in order to ascertain the authenticity of voice call transcripts relied on in evidence.

Crown – v – Ahmed 2005 Nottingham

This investigation centred on the valuation of ~500 pieces of high tech equipment, seized in relation to a proceeds of crime charge, placed in the context of the defendant’s business practises and local market conditions at the time of the seizure.

Crown – v – Broadbent 2005 Birmingham

Charges relating to the supply of narcotics led to this investigation, which involved the Examination, testing and analysis of two–way radios

Crown – v – Backley 2005 Stafford

A forensic examination was carried out on a computer following allegations of possessing indecent images

Crown – v – Taylor 2005 Chester

Forensic computing analysis in relation to charges of making/possession/distribution of indecent images, within a workplace environment over a number of years. The investigation included Internet usage analysis, keyword searches, malicious Trojan examination and investigation of third party involvement

Crown – v – Sunderland 2005 Highgate

Following allegations of possessing indecent images a forensic examination was carried out on the defendant’s computer

Crown – v – Openshaw 2005 Bolton

Forensic computing analysis in relation to charges of making/possession/distribution of indecent images for mitigation of sentence purposes. The investigation included Internet usage analysis, keyword searches, malicious Trojan examination and investigation of third party involvement.

Crown – v – James 2005 Stafford

Examination and analysis of CCTV equipment and footage. Retrieval of video footage from mobile phone. Production of video evidence and audio transcripts for display in court.

Crown – v – Butcher & Butler 2005 Birmingham

A charge of murder led to this investigation, which involved in-depth cell–site analysis

Crown – v – Rayson 2005 Nottingham

A computer was forensically analysed following an allegation of making threats via E-mail

C F Asset Finance Limited – v – Smith Amusements 2005 Skegness

A civil dispute regarding the supply of telephone systems required an investigation into contractual fulfilment, fitness for purpose and contractual obligations

Crown – v – Griffin 2005 Stoke on Trent

A computer was forensically analysed in order to corroborate an alibi relating to an allegation of intent to destroy or damage property

Crown – v – Aliu 2005 Luton

A charge of murder led to this investigation, which involved in-depth cell–site analysis, Cell-site range predictions, call pattern analysis and creation of friendship trees.

Crown – v – Brown 2004 Lethworth

A mobile phone handset was investigated in order to identify SMS messages sent and received by the handset and all call activity in relation to a rape allegation

Crown – v – Wheatcroft 2004 Manchester

A forensic interrogation was carried out on a mobile phone and SIM card to identify SMS messages received

Crown – v – Riley 2004 West Yorks

A forensic investigation of a handset and SIM card was executed in relation to drugs charges

Crown – v – Kelly 2004 Manchester

A mobile phone was analysed in order to identify evidence relating to an assault charge

Crown – v – Bishop 2004 Birmingham

An analysis of a mobile phone and SIM card was carried out in relation to a charge of possession of drugs with intent to supply

Crown – v – Godber 2004 Leicester

A forensic investigation was carried out on a laptop which had been stolen as part of a burglary

Crown – v – Nash 2004 Stoke-On-Trent

Forensic analysis of a SIM Card in relation to deleted text messages

Crown – v – Dean 2004 Manchester

An allegation of harassment led to this investigation, which involved the forensic analysis of a SIM Card with particular emphasis on text message activity

Crown – v – Faddes 2004 Crewe

The investigation involved the forensic analysis of a Samsung A800 handset in order to establish text message activity.

Crown – v – Rahman 2004 Manchester

The investigation involved the forensic analysis of a Samsung V200 handset in order to establish text message activity

Crown – v – Madden 2004 Nottingham

This investigation involved forensic analysis of a SIM Card and Handset.

Crown – v – Gregory & Others 2004 Birmingham

A charge of murder in relation to the shootings of Charlene Ellis & Letisha Shakespeare led to this investigation, which involved analysis of multiple mobile phones and cell-site data. In relation to the case the Crown Prosecution Service have stated that “Expert evidence in mobile phone use was crucial in the case to place the times and places phones were used – often for calls lasting only seconds.”

HMCE – v – Howley 2004 Sheffield

Charges relating to money laundering led to this case, which involved forensic data acquisition from a number of computers followed by data analysis to locate relevant material.

Crown – v – Khan 2004 Birmingham

A charge of armed robbery led to this investigation, which involved in-depth cell–site analysis.

Crown – v – Robinson 2004 Bradford

A charge of drug trafficking led to this investigation, which involved analysis of multiple mobile phones, call billing data covering 240 days, call patterns and associations analysis. Expert testimony resulted in an acquittal.

Crown – v – Panesar 2004 Stafford

A charge of burglary led to this investigation, which involved in-depth cell–site analysis. Expert testimony resulted in an acquittal.

Netcomp Computers Limited – v – Yorkshire Kashmiri Educational & Cultural Development Trust 2004 Sheffield

A civil dispute regarding the supply of computer systems required an investigation into contractual fulfilment, fitness for purpose and contractual obligations.

Crown – v – Carr 2003 Winchester

In a case of alleged rape and indecent assault a mobile phone and SIM were seized. These were forensically examined to provide any evidence pertaining to the case

Crown – v – Amos 2003 Oldham

A handset and SIM card were forensically analysed for any text and call information they held

Crown – v – Raynor 2003 Wrexham

A forensic investigation was undertaken on a computer in order to locate potential evidence relating to a charge of fraud

Workheath Heat Treatment Ltd – v – Mattlock 2003 Merseyside

Computing careers were investigated to aid compensation claims after an injury in the workplace

Crown – v – Dobb 2003

A mobile phone was investigated in order to establish when calls were made and received to aid in the defence of a rape allegation

Crown – v – Robinson 2003

A computer was forensically analysed after a charge of possession of indecent images

Crown – v – Tabarn 2003 Preston

Text message data was analysed on a SIM card

Crown – v – O’Connor 2003 High Wycombe

This investigation involved multiple mobile phone and SIM card analyses, including analysis of text messages, multiple cell–site data, call billing data, call pattern data, friendship trees and identification, or not, of caller/recipient relationships. Report also included GSM Interference Testing.

Crown – v – Caffrey 2003 London

Analysis and commentary of evidence submitted by other experts in relation to a Distributed Denial Of Service attack which disrupted a server utilised by the U.S. Port of Houston for shipping control.

Crown – v – Khosa(s), McGowan & Berkeley 2003 Leeds

A charge of murder led to this investigation, which involved in-depth cell–site analysis.

Crown – v– Younis 2003 Yorks

Crime scene, multiple location cell–site analysis, call billing data analysis in relation to seven mobile phones. Analysis into call pattern changes, friendship trees and identification, or not, of caller/recipient relationships.

Crown – v – O’Connor 2003 Bucks

Investigation into GSM and Tetra radio interference in relation to station based breathalyser systems. To see if the interference from such radio systems could alter the readings produced from breath sampling in drink driving charges.

Crown – v – Meredith 2003 Staffs

Mobile phone and SIM card analysis of text messages and the use of predictive text mode with Nokia phones

Crown – v – Griffiths 2002

Research was carried out into data retention within mobile phone service providers. It was found that the policy on this subject differed between the providers

Crown – v – Agboola 2002

An investigation of a SIM card was carried out in order to identify if it was in a condition whereby evidence could be recovered from it. The SIM card was damaged beyond repair

Crown – v – Wild 2002 Oldham

Research was undertaken into the capabilities of the Nokia 3210 handset and mobile phone ‘chipping’ technology as part of a case of assault

Hogg – v – Richmond 2002 Yorks

Data extraction and analysis in relation to mobile phone communications between differing parties (Custody Case). Included, mobile phone inspection, SIM card data capture. Deleted text message retrieval, call billing and cell–site analysis.

Crown – v – Vicary 2002 Staffordshire

PC data and hardware analysis in relation to charges of possessing, making and distribution of indecent image content. Internet history analysis, keyword searches, malicious Trojans, hardware capabilities, disproving third party involvement.

Crown – v – Dobb 2002 Lancs

Mobile phone, SIM card and call billing analysis. Call register information analysed Creation of timeline reports of two party communications, friendship tree analysis.

Crown – v – Geohaghon 2002 Birmingham

Mobile phone and SIM card analysis to determine previous and existing ownership of both phone and card following an allegation of theft and assault. Analysis was able to show links between address book entries in both the phone and SIM and identified other third–parties who could assist in proving ownership.

Crown – v – Barnfield 2002 Derby

Report into Data Protection Act policy and procedures, training and awarness within the workplace,

Crown – v – Robinson 2002 Birmingham

PC data and hardware analysis in relation to charges of possessing, making and of indecent image content in a corporate environment.

Workheath – v – Matlock 2002 Liverpool

Report into third–party distance learning courses in the field of IT and the value to an individual studying such courses. The report reviews the value of training as perceived within the IT sector and the value or not to the individual in terms of career advancement and remuneration.

Crown – v – Nyang 2002 Manchester

Mobile phone and SIM card analysis focusing on the validation and presentation of SMS text message received on a defendants phone from the alleged aggrieved after the date of incident.

Crown – v – Haigh 2002 Liverpool

Review of service delivery contract for the supply of IT network product and services in connection with allegations of Fraud within a local government subsidiary.

Crown – v – Rashidi 2002 Bolton

Inspection and examination of CCTV safety system and the production of a report in to the value of the CCTV system in terms of generating evidence and the short, mid and long term data storage capabilities.

Crown – v – Klien 2002 Carlisle

Inspection, examination and analysis of PC hardware and digital camera equipment and the extraction of data embedded to digital images in connection to charges of indecent assault.

Crown – v – Pearce 2002 Cambridge

PC data and hardware analysis in relation to charges of possessing, making and of indecent image content

Crown – v – Rashidi 2001 Lincoln

CCTV footage was analysed from public swimming baths in order to assist in a case where the defendant was accused of indecent assault

Crown – v– Reddish 2001 Manchester

Mobile phone data extraction for defence of arson with intent to danger life.

Crown – v – MSC 2001 London

[Download expert report, 240kb pdf] Published withpermission.System review and report for defence regards multiple charges under supply of goods act,

Hyperama – v – Barneys 2001 Manchester

System and procedure review plus data recovery services in civil dispute over supply of goods, fraud.

Crown – v – Clarke 2001 Wrexham

Telephone system analysis & report in defence of charges of obscene telephone calls.

Crown – v – Orchard 2001 Northumberland

Investigation and analysis in defence of charges relating to Menacing/Obscene phone calls. Successfully identified application of phone jacking

Crown – v – Lydiate 2000 Preston

An analysis of mobile and landline phone billing records was carried out in relation to kidnapping and injury charges

Crown – v – Elliot 2000 Nottingham

Mobile phone data analysis within the defence against charges of supply of controlled substances.

Caravan Club – v– Systems Team 2000 London

Systems review of supplied membership software system in dispute. Requirements specification/capture and fitness for purpose.

Crown – v – Allison 2000 Co. Durham

System analysis of hard drive, ISP activity and image analysis in defence of charges of Distributing Indecent Photographs.

Network Systems –v– British Telecom 2000 Stoke–on–Trent

Non–supply of the BT ISP service.

Crown – v – Aukland 1999 Bishops Waltham

A forensic analysis was undertaken on a computer system relating to charges of possession of indecent images

Crown – v – Hussein 1999 Epsom

Mobile phone data analysis in defence of alleged rape charges. – Found not guilty by Judge on first day of trial in light of evidence offered.

Crown –v– Robinson 1999 Portsmouth

System investigation and analysis relating to defence of charges of Possession of Indecent Material

Regent Travel – v– Complete Data Systems 1999 Isle of White

Systems review of supplied hardware/software system in dispute. Requirements specification/capture, SLA, and fitness for purpose

Jeaton –v– KSE Computers 1999 Blackburn

Consultant advice and report for the intended supply of integrated accounting and trading support system.

Crown – v – Bevans 1998 Thornton Cleveleys

Charges of using the public telecommunications system for the purpose of causing annoyance, inconvenience or needless anxiety to another led to this investigation where telephone billing records were analysed

Crown – v – Enstone 1998 Manchester

A computer system was forensically investigated for any evidence pertaining to an alleged rape charge

Francly My Dear – v – Bleeb 2000 1998 Chester

Examination of circumstances associated with the intended supply of a restaurant information management system.

Reilly –v– Ferry Astro/Prima Brokers 1998 Nottingham

System Review, fitness for purpose in relation to failure of supplied system (hardware/software) leading to corporate loss and subsequent damages.

Crown –v– Mack & Jackson 1998 Sheffield

Prosecution evidence in relation to a fraud and deception using premium rate telephone services.

Rightway –v– IRS 1998 Liverpool

Contractual dispute, fitness for purpose of point of sale and accounting system

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