We have published the following article in the Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice reporting the decision in Lenovo (Singapore) v Comptroller:
Lenovo (Singapore) PTE Ltd v Comptroller General of Patents  EWHC 1706 (Pat) (9 July 2020)
A computer-implemented method may be patentable where it solves a technical problem outside of a computer by overcoming the need for a physical interaction.
Birss J has reversed a decision of the UK Intellectual Property Office which refused an application filed by Lenovo (Singapore) PTE Ltd on the basis that the claimed subject matter (a computer-implemented method relating to payment using multiple contactless devices) was directed solely to subject matter excluded by section 1(2) of the Patents Act 1977 (as amended) as relating to a computer program and a method for doing business as such.
If you wish to read on, the full article can be accessed using this link.