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 ====== White SW Computer Law Intellectual Property, Information Technology & Telecommunications Newsletter August 2004 ====== ====== White SW Computer Law Intellectual Property, Information Technology & Telecommunications Newsletter August 2004 ======
 ===== What happens when joint ventures fail? ===== ===== What happens when joint ventures fail? =====
-The Supreme Court handed down its judgment in //​[[case_links#​Scheuer v Bell & Ors|Scheuer v Bell & Ors]]// [2004] VSC 71 in June 2004. This case involved a complex set of facts and multiple parties and illustrates the complexities often involved in software development projects and the difficulties that can arise when one or more parties decide to leave a joint venture.+The Supreme Court handed down its judgment in //​[[case_links#​Scheuer v Bell & Ors|Scheuer v Bell & Ors]]// ​(([2004] VSC 71)). This case involved a complex set of facts and multiple parties and illustrates the complexities often involved in software development projects and the difficulties that can arise when one or more parties decide to leave a joint venture.
  
 The case involved six defendants. The first defendant, Phillip Bell ( "​Phillip"​ ) is a computer programmer who was approached in 1995 to develop a software program for the automotive repair industry. This project was undertaken as a joint venture, but by 1998, further funds were required for the project and Anthony Bell, Phillip'​s brother ( "​Anthony"​ ) invested $100,000 in the venture. The case involved six defendants. The first defendant, Phillip Bell ( "​Phillip"​ ) is a computer programmer who was approached in 1995 to develop a software program for the automotive repair industry. This project was undertaken as a joint venture, but by 1998, further funds were required for the project and Anthony Bell, Phillip'​s brother ( "​Anthony"​ ) invested $100,000 in the venture.

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