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Legal action over CSC veto?

1st June 2007

On 1 June, IBA Health and iSoft made an announcement to say they were thinking about legal action concerning Computer Science Corporation’s (CSC) attempt to stop IBA’s purchase of iSoft.

iSoft, a company providing healthcare software, wants to sell to IBA. According to a ‘step-in’ clause in the company's NHS contracts, CSC have the right to "a veto on any deal."
CSC asserted its right at the end of May and said it was acting “in the best interests of the National Programme for IT.?

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Title: Legal action over CSC veto?
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 3010
Date Added: 1st Jun 2007

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