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Despite not being identified as a new breed of professional since the mid-1980’s, it is only now that we are seeing a significant rise in claims made against IT developers and suppliers and consequently calls upon their professional indemnity suppliers.
Notwithstanding the continued absence of any regulatory authority or code of conduct governing the working practises of IT professionals, the roles they play make them no less vulnerable to claims for malpractice than for other professionals with analogous responsibilities e.g., architects are akin to IT designers and programmers, construction project managers to IT managers and engineers to network solutions providers.
RCB has mediated and negotiated on a number of disputes within this sector:
RCB has worked with Michael Taylor of 4 Pump Court to provide Insurers and company clients with an initial legal opinion of their position for a sliding scale, fixed fee depending on the value of the amount in dispute.