Ireland has become a go-to location for some of the largest technology companies in the world. As well as that, the eco-system for start-ups and small to medium sized SMEs is second to none. As part of our journey, we have worked with, supported and learned from companies ranging from the two person team, right through to multinational organisations.
The legal requirements around the development and deployment of technology in business are cross-sectoral. We have developed a broad and deep knowledge of how intellectual property is valued and contracted around and how personal data must be managed. We have a diverse range of clients deploying software and hardware solutions in the financial services, ed-tech and e-mobility industries.
The EU is proposing a number of significant changes to how digital services and markets will operate over the next decade, and these will have an impact on how technology companies operate. We provide sector specific advices to companies.
The development of artificial intelligence has changed how many companies operate. Through our work with the largest payment providers in Ireland, we are well positioned to advise on emerging technologies and their legal implications, including artificial intelligence, blockchain, and data analytics
We offer advice and assistance on data protection laws, privacy policies, and cybersecurity measures to safeguard your sensitive information and ensure compliance with GDPR requirements, ISO 2700 1 and ISO 2700 2.
Assistance with technology licensing agreements, software development contracts, technology transfer agreements, software licensing, SaaS (Software as a Service) agreements, and IT procurement contracts.