What Our Clients Say

We make it our business to be proud of every piece of work we do. And we don’t expect you to only take our word for it.  That’s why we’re always happy to introduce you to our clients, so you can speak to them and hear for yourself. what it’s like working with Clayden Law.

Read some of our case studies and find out more about Clayden Law’s expertise.


A real asset to our small legal department

Piers has proved to be a real asset to our small legal department. We regularly ask him to help with our commercial contracts work, particularly in the IT procurement space. Pragmatic and commercial, Piers is a pleasure to work with and I have no hesitation in recommending him.

David Parsons, Group Legal Manager, Endsleigh Insurance Services Limited

We have relied on Piers' drafting and negotiating skills

Myself and other colleagues across different departments at Oxford Nanopore have relied on Piers' drafting and negotiating skills to help us conclude many agreements, some highly complex, including licensing, research collaborations and production and supply agreements.

Dr Spike Willcocks, VP Business and Corporate Development, Oxford Nanopore Technologies Ltd

Capable and effective … no hesitation in recommending

Piers proved to be capable and effective, offering a highly flexible resource to help us cope with spikes in workload. I would have no hesitation in recommending him.

Anthony Tabor, General Counsel and Commercial Director – Ubiquisys Limited

Clear practical advice under tight time frames and with excellent turnaround times

Piers is a pleasure to deal with. Approachable and personable, he uses commercial plain English while providing clear practical advice under tight time frames and with excellent turnaround times. I would have no hesitation in recommending him.

Paul Harvey, Director, ContactPartners Limited

Clayden Law has provided timely and vital counsel

M3 Global Research operates an ISO 26362 certified panel with the highest quality data collection and project management capabilities that cover the spectrum of quantitative and qualitative market research techniques utilised today. Our panel has over 2 million physicians in more than 70 countries worldwide, necessitating the transfer of data throughout the world.  Following the abandonment of Safe Harbor Clayden Law has provided timely and vital counsel to help us navigate the changing waters regarding the export of data between the EEA and the US.

Erin Austin, Corporate Legal Counsel, M3 Inc.

Clayden Law provided Shaw Gibbs with vital input

As a part of their continued drive to make life easier for their clients, Shaw Gibbs have recently launched SGConnex, an online accounts service fully integrated with accounting software Xero, creating instant and ongoing access for businesses from anywhere at any time. Clayden Law team provided Shaw Gibbs with vital input into the structuring and tailoring of a bespoke set of terms and conditions for SGConnex as well as legal advice around e-commerce implications, data protection and security.

Edward Porter, Director, Shaw Gibbs

Piers has been acting for [our company] for 15 years - that longevity alone speaks volumes for how highly rated we regard him here.

He has calmly and professionally handled complex negotiations involving some of our most high profile and high value technology projects. He really understands the [company] community culture and mission here and we see him as an invaluable and experienced trusted advisor. In addition to Piers, more recently we have been working with other members of the Clayden Law team (currently Sukhpreet Bhinder) as additional resource for our small legal team -  they all bring the same no jargon, plain English approach to their work for us and they are all a pleasure to deal with.

Group General Counsel, major digital solutions company 

Claydenlaw were recommended to us as SaaS specialist lawyers and they have not disappointed.

Hannah has helped with a very thorough overhaul of our terms and conditions and we have worked very closely with Piers on a number of projects on an almost daily basis. He is a pleasure to deal with – approachable and engaging which is a refreshing change from the more formal lawyers we might have dealt with in the past. He is a courteous negotiator that always strives to reach pragmatic solutions whilst protecting our commercial positions. Happy to recommend Piers and Hannah as technology law specialists.

Nick Gibson, COO, Sirenum

Piers and Hannah have provided fantastic support over the past year.

We are a fast growing company and they have been able to meet and exceed our need for fast turn around times. They clearly understand the SaaS workplace solutions industry and have been an enormous help both on commercial contract upgrades and negotiations and also data protection compliance issues (particularly around Brexit).

Kate Fyson, CFO/COO, Open Blend

We were referred to ClaydenLaw as data protection specialists.

We have been pleased with the service they have provided – clear,  thorough but pragmatic. I have enjoyed working with ClaydenLaw, Hannah Kirby in particular.

Rebecca King, Company Secretary, White Stuff

December 2019/January 2020 we were putting together the reseller agreement for Working Status, which (partly because of the way it had evolved and the format of the original paperwork) was quite a big piece of work.

You also subsequently helped convert our regular customer contract for NorthRow into a reseller earlier in the year, and then separately put together a more straightforward reseller template for the NorthRow service.  Later on in the year, you checked over some amendments that I’d made to the NorthRow standard customer contract to reflect backoffs that needed to be flowed down from suppliers, and updated the data protection aspects of the contract to address the possibility of additional local data protection laws applying to the customer’s use of the services, as well as potential for future divergence between UK GDPR and EU GDPR, and the ability to rely on standard contractual clauses to cover the possibility of the UK being designated as a third country for data transfers.

Jo Kavanagh, Northrow