The manufacturing & industrials sector represents a diverse range of companies, but they face similar challenges. They need to be able to adopt new technologies and rapidly restructure to exploit opportunities while keeping on top of the turbulent international trading environment.
The Internet of Things and Industry 4.0 mean companies must invent and produce new goods, while upgrading and adapting their global supply chains.
We work with leading brands and businesses in the aerospace and defence, automotive, high-tech engineering and chemicals sectors. We’ve helped clients operating in the sector deal with rapid change for decades.
Our lawyers will help you when you need to enter new markets, adapt your business model, or sell and buy businesses, while protecting yours and your customer's data. We understand the sector and its new and shifting regulatory burdens, and our international presence means you’ll receive our practical advice wherever you're based.
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Taylor Wessing advises Lankwitzer Lackfabrik on the sale of its aluminium wheel liquid coatings business to AkzoNobel
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The latest from the online food sector – what do online retailers have to consider?
Turnover in the online food retail sector has increased from just under 1.6 billion Euros in 2019 to 3.9 billion Euros in two years. With this, the legal requirements are also increasing.
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The 2017 FIDIC Suite
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Global data hub
Our data protection microsite, is a one-stop shop for up-to-date, international information on data privacy law, offering practical insights, thought leadership and guidance on data protection law. All content on the Hub is available for free and receives over 30,000 visitors a month. We have added a wealth of GDPR-specific articles and a number of GDPR checklists supported by a bank of virtual learning webinars to help clients with their preparations for implementation.
Analysis and exploration of legal and commercial issues in tech, IP, media and related sectors.
Global data protection guide
The Guide spans more than 60 countries and takes the form of an interactive online map, which clients can use to compare national data protection laws in multiple jurisdictions.