They’re very switched-on in technology matters; they’re so focused on tech issues that it really adds value for our business."
How our commercial technology team can help you
New business models, new platforms, new customers, new opportunities, new risks. It’s called digital disruption. More than ever, the small print really matters. FTSE titan, feted unicorn or fledgling start up, you’ll need expert contractual advice at every step, from licensing and marketing to commercial structures and revenue sharing. And you don’t want to hang about. Digital transformation is happening at pace.
Our job is to let you make the deals you want. We’re a formidable team, commercially and technically – there’s not much we don’t know about technology and its impact on business. We’ll explain the legal implications of moving your core applications to the cloud, or introducing mobile collaboration services for employees, or opening up your data to customers and partners. We’ll help you understand upcoming trends like AI, robotics, and blockchain. And if a commercial relationship goes wrong, we can sort things out.
We’re proud to eat our own cooking: we’ve developed our own digital tools (such as contractual analysis) that help us deliver a great service (and even licensed some of them to clients). And as thought leaders we’re involved in reshaping legal practice in line with technology advances in such areas as AI (especially in in regulated sectors such as financial services), data privacy and cybersecurity.
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Technology law boutique noted for work at the intersection of telecoms regulation and cloud services, social media, data protection and cybersecurity. Advises on the application of EU and UK financial services regulation to mobile payment models, including as part of new product releases. Assists with international digital services projects in the healthcare sector."
Strong on both strategy and negotiation, and incredibly dedicated and responsive."
Distinguished technology-focused firm with the resources to handle the most challenging outsourcing arrangements. Demonstrates considerable expertise in new technologies, particularly artificial intelligence and robotics. Acts for an impressive and diverse range of supplier and customer-side clients. Offers sector-specific experience of a range of industries, including finance, retail and life sciences."
They’re pragmatic in getting a deal done and know when to press and when not to."
Bespoke technology practice recognised for skill in commercial contract matters, especially in the IT and telecoms sectors. Demonstrates strength in a range of transactions, including sponsorship deals, supply chain agreements and collaboration negotiations. Experienced in cross-border matters and working with clients in a range of industries."
The ‘responsive, industry savvy, commercially focused’ commercial technology practice at Kemp Little LLP is singled out for its ‘sector expertise within team and good value for money’."
The ‘excellent’ team at Kemp Little LLP provides ‘outstanding service’ and ‘innovative solutions’"
There is real depth in the firm and their greenfield work is very good, as is litigation."
Bespoke technology practice recognised for its skill in commercial contract matters, especially in the IT and telecoms sectors. Demonstrates strength in a range of transactions, including sponsorship deals, supply chain agreements and collaboration negotiations. Experienced in cross-border matters and working with clients in a range of industries."
Specialist technology firm noted for handling the most technically demanding technology disputes and transactions."
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Paul Hinton is the head of commercial technology View the team
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