Our clients in the technology sector are subject to rapid and constant change as new technologies develop, markets evolve and regulations continue to multiply. From start–up to global operator, you’re concerned about business success in a highly competitive and fast-moving market place. You have to be flexible and responsive and therefore your legal advisors need to be in tune with these requirements.
Achieving your ambitions
We provide a full range of legal support to businesses across the technology sector. This can range from establishing the company to providing the legal agreements that form the lifeblood of the business: the licence arrangements, reseller agreements, hardware sales, consultancy and support contracts. Our team also advises on the protection of your critical intellectual property assets as well as patentability and licensing.
Our technology clients use us to provide both strategic and operational advice to their businesses. This ranges from mergers and acquisitions, raising finance and commercial disputes through to exploitation of intellectual property, outsourcing and HR advice.
The strength you need
From our clients’ perspective, one of the major strengths of our team is that we understand their technology. Many of our people have backgrounds in the technology sector and therefore bring commerciality and insight to the forefront of the work they do. Our client base spans the entire technology sector and ranges from leading PLCs to fast growing start-up businesses.
The size of our team means that we have the range and depth of resource to support our clients – however substantial, business critical or urgent the project.
Lawyers you can trust
Our work for technology businesses has led to our team being widely recognised in the legal directories. Chambers UK recognises us as providing a “speedy, focused and practical service", and Legal 500 confirms that we are a “highly skilled team” and provide “excellent legal advice at a reasonable cost".
To get a flavour of our team and the work we do across the sector, take a look at our technology law blog.