Getting the right IT solutions can be a game-changer for your business. In today's market, the pace of technological advances has resulted in more business opportunities, but understanding and adopting technology can be challenging for any business. Taylor Wessing helps you do just that.
The lawyers in our technology group understand not only the legal aspects of IT projects and contracting, but also the technology itself and how these two fit together with your business. We guide you as your business advisor, as well as your lawyer, identifying commercial opportunities and helping you overcome legal obstacles in ways that other firms simply cannot. To do this, we work closely with your in-house legal team and your business.
We work with many of the most promising growth-stage tech companies panning out globally from the leading international tech hubs across Europe, the US, Middle East and Asia. This experience gives us insight into cutting-edge technologies and business models enabling us to prepare legal strategies before these technologies reach the general public.
We work on hugely ambitious, innovative, and –based matters such as telecoms, fintech, health tech life sciences, insuretech, AI, blockchain and cryptocurrencies, traveltech, e-commerce and gaming. Whether you need outsourcing, procurement, litigation or alternative dispute resolution, or contract or commercial advice, or any other technology-related advice, we can readily support you in any country and in any industry.
Our clients tell us that we add real value by offering an integrated approach that considers their overall strategies, and by making sure they can access any of our lawyers across our international network.
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.
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.
Our data breach mobile app helps organisations prepare for and respond to data breaches. Organisations will face potential multi-million pound fines for data breaches after 25 May 2018. TW:Cyber Response provides practical assistance to help clients prepare for and manage breaches as effectively as possible, to minimise their exposure to regulatory action, litigation risk, and reputational damage. The app is available to download from the App Store and Google Play Store.