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    Business Technology Lawyers

All over the world, customers expect a faster, more efficient and personalised service as a result of developments in facilitating technology and software solutions.

Businesses across all sectors and geographies must have the requisite frameworks to succeed in this ever-evolving market, where our reliance on the cloud and “software as a service” solutions has made integration and an understanding of how related ecosystems fit together essential.

Technology solutions are increasingly innovative as the development and implementation of new technologies, such as artificial intelligence, gather pace.

Whether you are implementing your customers’ or your own digital transformation strategy, our international team of business technology experts can support you.

We have extensive experience advising suppliers and customers of technology services; from start-ups and growth companies to international household names. We spot issues early and will work constructively with you to progress transactions to a smooth conclusion.

The breadth of our experience allows us to focus on the issues that matter the most; offering industry appropriate solutions that establish efficient legal frameworks that are tailored to the sectors in which you operate. 

Our business technology law expertise

We advise across the full range of technology services, including:

  • cloud services
  • software
  • infrastructure and platforms as a service
  • outsourcing and digital transformation projects
  • cybersecurity
  • hosting services
  • IT managed services
  • unified communications and
  • IT support and maintenance services

We are also experienced in advising on the development and licensing of application software and platforms, and support clients regularly with the provision and development of cutting-edge technology solutions.

If you have any concerns about how technology can best be applied to support your business, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our international team of experts.

Meet our business technology lawyers

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