Our technology transactions team stands out from other practices in the industry by offering a unique value proposition: our lawyers have deep-rooted technology and corporate backgrounds and are solely dedicated to tech and commercial transactions.

Every business is in some way a technology and data company. Your business is our priority and addressing your challenges is our purpose. We are able to provide legal counsel that combines a comprehensive understanding of the legal issues attendant to technology and commercial transactions and the underlying technological and commercial issues that make a difference in our clients’ businesses.

Our lawyers advise on all manner of technology transactions on behalf of our clients, including traditional and digital outsourcing, digital transformation, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), big data, cloud computing, data center and digital infrastructure, telecommunications, managed network services, software audit mitigation and defense. Likewise, we provide strategic advice on commercial transactions that are often technology- and operations-driven, including pre-divestiture restructuring and post-acquisition integration; joint ventures and commercial partnerships; manufacturing, supply chain and logistics agreements; advertising, marketing and media transactions; complex transition services arrangements; VAR, OEM and other commercial alliances; and general commercial contract support and process optimization. 

As trusted legal advisors, we have advised on some of the largest and most complex cross-border projects, both in developed and emerging markets, working closely with our clients to align their technology transactions with their broader business objectives. Further differentiating our practice from others in the field is that we have a practice dedicated solely to technology and commercial transactions, and similarly have dedicated IP, industry regulatory and cybersecurity and data privacy practices with whom we work as more nuanced IP, sector-specific regulatory and data issues arise in these transactions. Combined with our global network of more than 50 offices worldwide, we are nearly unparalleled in the seamless, collaborative, cross-border solutions we can offer our clients as we help them identify opportunities to maximize the balance of increased value, reduced risk and more efficient time to close.

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Market recognition

Chambers Global, Global Market Leaders: Outsourcing Chambers and Partners, 2024


Digital concept

Inside Tech Law