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The Jugdment can be found here:
What this Judgment deals with is jurisdiction issues under the Data Protection Act.
In short the Data Protection Act applies to UK residents. Therefore as Google/Safari was being used in the UK, the CoA said that UK law did apply.
So its not a floodgate argument that allows anyone to sue any foreign company. This case was quite specific.
I assume the people you are pursuing is in the USA?
If that is so then sadly you would need to issue proceedings there.
If these people own assets in the UK then you could sue in the UK at the last known address.
But as it stands if they reside in the USA because Google was a Data Protection Act issue and yours is a contractual dispute, that case is not the same and the legal precedence can not necessarily be relied upon.
I am sorry if this is not necessarily the answer you want and certainly not the one I want to give you, but I have a duty to be honest
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
No, their assets are totally US based unfortunately, so you have confirmed my fears that I still have to pursue them tro the Us Courts as I suspected, but was just hopeful not!! thx for your help