Technology Law is at the heart of Alston Asquith. Our lawyers understand the market place, we understand digital technology trends and we are especially adept at providing counsel on the most current and cutting-edge issues in the technology sphere.
The team has experience of dealing with the full range of transactions relating to commercial technology services and products, both online and traditional, including: drafting and negotiating agreements for systems’ integration; software development; data and information provision; cloud computing arrangements; and distributor and reseller contracts.
Covering, the complete range of technology transactions involved in your business growth cycles, we take the time to understand your company and its commercial needs and we draw upon our industry knowledge to deliver bespoke solutions. As specialists in commercial technology law we draft and negotiate tailored contracts for projects too complex to fit a standard document.
All of the Alston Asquith team members have a working knowledge of procedure-orientated and object-oriented programming languages and unlike other firms they are able to offer legal, commercial and technological solutions to all transactions and/or matters.
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Technology Law Expertise
- Affiliate agreements
- Confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements
- Cloud arrangements
- Distance selling regulations
- Escrow agreements
- Information technology agreements
- Linking agreements
- Outsourcing agreements
- Privacy policies
- Service level agreements
- Software development agreements
- Software licences
- Technology disputes
- Terms of business
- Website hosting and development agreements
- Website terms and conditions
Our commercial technology team serves clients wishing to access investment opportunities; international networks; capital markets or clients in overseas offices. The team have a focus on particular technology sub-specialisms, including: FinTech; Information Technology: PropTech and AdTech. As a firm, a wider technology focus ensures we are experienced in providing advice to our clients on commercial arrangements, Intellectual Property, Corporate Finance transactions, Structured Debt facilities, Data Privacy and other Regulatory matters, Litigation and Corporate Risk scenarios and Tax Planning.
Do you have a technology law matter that you’d like to discuss with the team? We have offices in London and Hertfordshire and can arrange a call to provide some initial advice.
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