IT / technology
Technology, and its pace of and potential for development, is an inspiration. As technology moves, we are challenged to be creative — to identify options, to find innovative solutions and to enable the pursuit of technological and business goals while retaining control of risk. This is where Eversheds excels.
We are at the cutting edge in terms of our understanding of the shifting technology environment and can help you with the resulting legal issues. We have a large group of specialist technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) lawyers who focus on information technology (IT), which means we can provide you with the help you need at the right level and the right times.
Eversheds understands your industry and how technology companies operate. This experience hasn’t just been gained by representing technology companies; we have also seconded team members to companies including Accenture, HP and Cisco.
Eversheds is a true technology sector specialist with a strong UK and international practice. As such, we will have often advised others before you on the issues your business is facing.
This avoids any concern you may have about your lawyers getting ‘up to speed’. We act for approximately 250 IT suppliers, including those supplying software, systems and IT services (consultancy, maintenance and support and outsourcing) and products to consumers and/or businesses. We also act for many customers in the technology sector. This means that we understand the pressure points from both perspectives and can help you strike the right deal, which is both deliverable and meets your goals.
This information was sourced from the Eversheds website.
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