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The evolution of technology has never moved faster and the regulations around it are getting increasingly complex. To stay ahead of the game –and the competition - you need the best legal advice.

Fieldfisher's technology team is one of the largest in the field and has been providing first-class legal advice to clients for over twenty years. We advise on everything tech, from telecoms, privacy, cyber, digital, AI/RPA, AR and VR, space and satellite law, SaaS. blockchain, mobile payments, apps and software licensing. We also advise on open source licensing and contracts using agile and waterfall methodologies.

We operate at the forefront of international tech law and have a deep understanding of how it impacts business whether from a regulatory, legal or commercial standpoint. Working with clients throughout their business life-cycle, we advise start-ups and multinationals alike at every stage of their growth and development, combining the right insights and expertise whatever the project.

With 22 offices across 11 territories, covering Europe and the US West coast, and with a strong global affiliate network, we can help no matter your location or the sector you work in.

Notable deals and highlights

  • We advised VMware on a strategically important international project to roll out a virtual private cloud service across Europe.
  • We are advising Telenet, a leading Belgian cable company and digital TV provider, in its defence against a patent infringement claim brought by US company ROVI.
  • Our team advised Netflix on a wide variety of global data protection and e-privacy compliance issues in relation to their European expansion.
  • We advised Secret Escapes on the acquisition of the German start-up Justbook. 

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