Charles Russell Speechlys provides a multidisciplinary service to the data centre and managed services sectors industry to support suppliers, customers and specialist providers of software and infrastructure for managed services.
Every business sector, regulated or unregulated, relies on data centres to process and transmit data. Our focus on the technology sector translates into an informed legal service that understands the operation of IT infrastructure - the business risks inherent in the hosted environment, and the measures necessary for ensuring continuity of service and security of information. This understanding is critical to informing our robust, commercial advice on outsourcing and cloud based services such as software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS) and infrastructure as a service (IaaS).
If you are developing, letting or fitting out a data centre we have over 100 real estate and construction lawyers. From future legislative implications around sustainability, to security of tenure, and physical access and security we have the expertise to guide you through.
We also offer highly specialised environmental, health and safety, corporate, data protection and information security, employment and tax advice to support core operations. We also have a strong banking practice for lenders and borrowers in the sector.
We are noted for our expertise in highly regulated sectors, particularly Financial Services and the requirements of the FCA and ESMA.
Our integrated approach builds in industry good practice and dispute avoidance. We cover compliance and risk management including audit and implementation projects, due diligence, cross border data flows, outsourcing, information and technology security. Our deep understanding of the sector helps us advise and facilitate negotiations, using innovative negotiation techniques, including building robust contracts with a strong emphasis on effective corporate governance.
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Charles Russell Speechlys to participate in London Tech Week 2017
We will be speaking at the Department for International Trade’s workshop on establishing tech businesses in the UK.