Our expert information technology lawyers can advise you on all aspects of your business’s IT projects and contracts.

With proven expertise in information technology law, our team of leading IT practitioners advises clients on all aspects of IT contracts, including IT procurement, outsourcing, managed service arrangements, software development and distribution, licencing and support, and reseller arrangements.

We also advise clients on matters relating to cloud computing, domain name issues and disputes, encryption and cryptography, and website contracts, including terms and conditions, privacy policies and cookie policies.

They are always mindful of our deadlines and deliver what we need in the timescales we request. Excellent service overall.

Chambers and Partners

Everyone we have dealt with is of the highest standard. A very broad capability delivered by excellent people.

Chambers and Partners

The team is very experienced in software and technology aspects. They provide a complete legal service.

Chambers and Partners

Amazing diverse and talented bunch. They have a pool of talent that gets the job done. Their ability to understand our needs and then give us the right team is great and they are amazing at meeting deadlines.

Chambers and Partners

We work with a broad spectrum of technology and telecoms clients, including SMEs and major household names, as well as biotech, life sciences and public sector organisations. We understand the unique challenges that these businesses face, and our recognised experts can provide specialist advice on rapidly evolving areas of law, tailored to maximise the benefits of ‘Software as a Service’ (SaaS) business models. 

We also help clients with online and network security, especially unauthorised system access and security incidents. Leveraging our partnerships with IT forensic experts, we’re able to solve security problems quickly and efficiently.

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