- Software development
- SAAS/Cloud computing
- Research and development
- System procurement
- Software maintenance
- Disaster recovery
- Information security
- Data protection
- E-commerce terms
- ISP/hosting arrangements
Our team is adept at navigating the Internet’s convoluted regulatory framework and we feel at home getting into the technical and legal complexities of a wide range of technology deals from strategic procurements to major outsourcing deals. We understand the real issues businesses face today – problems like data protection and storage, business continuity and information security are our business.
As specialist information technology lawyers we are reliable and pragmatic. We make it our job to understand your technology and as genuine specialists in the sector this will not require hours of training from you. We will help you to ensure you comply with applicable regulations and where we offer advice, it will be uncomplicated and jargon-free.
Whether you are creating a fully integrated e-commerce platform or outsourcing your entire information technology function, you can rely on us to draft the necessary documentation and negotiate with third parties in an efficient and professional manner.
"very thorough, and they ask the right questions to get the information they need."
'Practice head Pete Kenyon is a software commercialisation expert'
‘Great at understanding new technology concepts. This makes them very good at focusing on the main legal issues and delivering outcomes quickly‘.
‘They really pick up the issues quickly and respond back with pragmatic and comprehensive advice. They know their stuff and act as true trusted advisers. I know they are always working for me to get the best result for my business‘.
|Cripps Pemberton Greenish has always ensured to ask the right and relevant questions; along with providing clear and concise advice‘.|
'Irfan Baluch specialises in development, acquisition and protection, in both national and international contexts, and 'really understands the technological issues'.