Organizations today must have the right technology, systems and services in place to compete in today’s marketplace. Suppliers need to be able to future-proof their products and services in order to maintain their competitive advantage. In either case, you need the right contract and commercial approach that reflects your unique business needs.
Take advantage of Dentons’ deep experience to quickly get to the heart of your legal and commercial issues. We represent suppliers and customers, investors and new ventures, some of the world’s most recognizable brands, and the big brands of tomorrow. We cover mass-packaged software, high-end software, bespoke applications, integrators and solution providers. Leverage our know-how for advice on a spectrum of international to local business requirements, including:
Partner with a team that has decades of experience, with lawyers who have worked as in-house counsel for technology companies or have trained in software engineering.
Dentons delivers intelligent solutions that help you achieve your strategic objectives, striking a balance to address risk, to flex with the technology, and to produce agreements that work.
European Union: The whirlwind that was 2020 brought about an abundance of significant judgments from the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in the area of intellectual property, technology and data protection.
United States: Digital health innovation has accelerated during the current pandemic. As providers and suppliers develop new methods of delivering health care services remotely, they face new regulatory and enforcement risks.
Following a number of high-profile IT failures and data breaches in the financial services sector, a key priority for the Bank of England, Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is to put in place a stronger regulatory framework to promote operational resilience of firms and financial market infrastructures.
Dentons has launched its Business Future-Proofing Tool, an interactive tool to support businesses in the UK to identify actions to build business resilience.
Intelocate, a cloud-based platform designed to increase productivity and optimize work performance in multi-location businesses, has successfully raised a further $1M in growth capital.
Global law firm Dentons has advised insolvency administrator Dr. Frank Kebekus on the sale of software producer Orga Systems to the Canadian company Redknee Inc.