Their approach is really engaged, inquisitive right from the start, engaged with the whole project, interested in the wider business and determined to get good results
Technology and communications procurements are no longer just the concern of IT directors. New technologies and the move to cloud based solutions are increasingly influencing boardroom decisions on growth and competitiveness.
We understand that these projects require the technical, commercial and legal teams to work hand-in-glove, each having an understanding of each others' priorities. It's not just an ideal; it’s the basis on which our practice has developed.
We're one of the leading IT practices in the UK with rankings in Chambers UK and Legal 500, which are annual independent guides to the legal sector driven by client feedback.
Our team of specialists act for both suppliers and customers of IT and communications systems and services across various sectors including technology, media and telecomms, retail & consumer goods, financial services, leisure and public sector.
We know the business risks associated with deals and how to best use performance incentives and other contractual mechanisms to allocate responsibility in a way that adds value. The team works closely with our clients’ internal teams to deliver projects against these technical and commercial realities.
Clients look to us to advise on technology development and licensing. This includes OEM/VAR and similar distribution arrangements, ICT procurement, outsourcing, managed service and cloud based solutions, e-commerce, social media and data privacy.
In 2015, we became the sole legal partner for the first Founder Institute 2015 training programme in London, supporting new, idea-stage entrepreneurs launch technology companies from scratch. To find out more visit the Founder Institute's website.