New technology is disrupting traditional business models and transforming organisations at an ever increasing pace. As a result, technology is now a central consideration for your business, whatever sector you operate in.
Whether you're a technology vendor navigating this fast changing, multi-layer and –player environment, or a technology user with increasingly complex and business-critical sourcing requirements, our international Tech Transactions practice can help.
You'll benefit from our many decades of experience across every kind of technology deal including:
Is tech at the heart of your next big deal? Our Tech Transactions team also plays a key role in Tech M&A deals by bringing a deep understanding of the underlying technology and IP that is being acquired, providing expertise in due diligence and risk assessment exercises, as well as experience in transitional services agreements and technology separation arrangements in support of the implementation of corporate deals.
Working as an integrated global team, we are able to provide your business with unrivalled support on cross-border technology transactions.
Our lawyers also have extensive experience of supporting the implementation and in-life management of technology projects as well as the renegotiation of distressed projects. As a result, we are uniquely placed to provide you with an end-to-end service and support you through all stages of a technology project.
If you'd like to know more about how we can help you, please get in touch with group heads Mark Leach or Fabian Niemann.
Chambers Asia Pacific, 2019
Chambers Europe (Germany), 2018
Chambers Europe (Netherlands), 2018
Chambers Global, 2018
Chambers UK, 2019
Legal 500 UK, 2018
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