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Helping your business stay ahead in an ever-evolving digital world.

The technology sector continues to move at a lightning pace meaning businesses now more than ever need specialist legal advice that can help deal with this diverse and ever-changing industry.

For many, technology is now at the forefront of their business changing how people interact with one and other on a day to day basis and, in many ways, outlining today the world we will live in tomorrow. As expert legal advisers in this area, we possess the necessary knowledge and understanding to guide you and your business to where it needs to go.

We are renowned for our ability to serve this extremely large and diverse sector by handling our clients’ specialist needs in a practical and efficient way. Our highly flexible and individualised approach is driven by our in-depth understanding of this area as well as our clients’ distinct objectives and goals.

We work with a broad range of technology businesses and their end user customers giving us vast experience across the breadth of the technology sector advising all types of businesses from start-ups to multinational corporations.

Technology Blog Posts

Is there such a thing as privacy in the workplace?

Did you know the Data Protection Act doesn't prevent employers from monitoring workers? Check out the key factors set out by the Court of Human Rights when it comes to the monitoring of workplace communications.

New electronic communications code bad signal for landowners

Telecoms technology has made significant advances in recent times, making digital communication which was once a luxury, a necessity. The relationship between landowners and telecoms operators can sometimes be a sensitive one, with telephone companies currently given a statutory right to install and keep landline equipment on land.

Top tips for protecting your digital legacy

The more of our lives are captured and stored in a digital form, a survey found that we value our digital assets at approximately £25 billion and this will only increase. Our digital footprint exists throughout our entire life, however, is it time to start thinking beyond that?