Whether your business is in technology, investing in it or one of the many that relies on it, we don’t have to tell you that the sector is changing fast.  In fact, it can be a struggle to keep up, let alone on top of your legal obligations and opportunities.

Whether you’re looking for advice on legal frameworks for IT services, compliance regimes or support agreements, you’re developing a new app or setting up a ‘software as a service’ (SaaS) agreement - whatever you need you’ve come to the right place.

Our team of IT law experts bring big firm experience and capability to all of your information technology law issues.  We make it our business to know the law – of course – but also the current and emerging technologies and commercial opportunities.

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In 2016 we saw a rise in the number of historic data breaches taking place with huge companies and millions of people being affected. 2017 doesn’t appear to show any signs of hackers slowing down with news feeds filled with data breach instances...
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