Our Technology team are the ‘go to’ lawyers for multinational technology companies. This is reflective of our position as Ireland’s leading technology and data protection law firm. Our lawyers provide cutting edge advice on a range of complex legal matters to the world’s leading tech and data driven companies.
We regularly advise social media and search organisations along with high potential startups and entrepreneurs. From first round funding to strategic outsourcing partnerships, intellectual property management or global privacy structures, we give the smart advice our clients need.
Our technology law team advises leading technology companies including Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Adobe, Qualtrics and Verizon Media who come to us to steer them through new and sometimes unforeseen legal circumstances.
Our experience includes advising on such issues as:
Information technology and intellectual property
Cloud computing and data hosting
Outsourcing and shared services
Intellectual property and licensing
Service level agreements
Privacy and data protection
Data protection policies
Data breach incidents
Global privacy structures
Data transfer agreements
Internet and social media
T&Cs of website use and online sales
Hardware and software
Software licensing agreements
Bespoke software agreements
The team has “a lot of experience” and can “anticipate” issues.
“The lawyers understand the issues and the pressures, are quite personable and are readily available at short notice”.
The team has “incomparable commercial acumen” and provides “excellent, practical, business-savvy advice”.
The team provides an “especially high” standard of service to clients.
"Pragmatic advice supporting fast-paced clients."
"Unparalleled practical experience in data protection and privacy matters"
Acting for Facebook in the High Court action brought by the Irish Data Protection Commissioner, DPC v Facebook and Schrems
Advising Verizon Media on a range of complex privacy and technology law matters, including its acquisition of the Yahoo! brand
Advising blue chip technology companies on privacy law and commercial contracts issues