Intellectual property / New technologies
We take on the challenge of responding to the needs of our clients in an area such as Intellectual Property and New Technologies, constantly evolving and that has become a strategic element for business activity.
We have a young and dynamic department, but with proven experience in the field, consisting of lawyers with a high degree of involvement and expertise to accompany our clients in an increasingly competitive environment, working closely with a personalised approach.
Our team of professionals provides services in the field of Intellectual Property and New Technologies to companies and organisations of various kinds and in different areas of activity, among which are publishers, audiovisual and entertainment companies, software and hardware developers and vendors, technology-based companies engaged in R&D, service operators and technology platforms and other companies carrying out innovative projects.
In this context, we offer our clients advice on partnerships, non-disclosure agreements (NDA), protection and defence of intellectual property rights, licenses and / or exploitation of literary, artistic and audiovisual works, software and other intellectual property rights, transfer of exploitation rights and technology transfer contracts in general, supply, development and maintenance of software and hardware, outsourcing and service level agreements (SLA); SaaS agreements, etc., both domestically and internationally.
We also have extensive experience and knowledge in other related activities such as the protection of personal data, e-commerce, entertainment materials, etc.
But our work does not end here. Our commitment to our clients goes further and urges us to be constantly updated and alert to developments that occur frequently in this area.
This allows us to maintain a continuous information policy, informing our clients of those new aspects that might be relevant to each of them, in order to make our modest contribution to their business: a legal know-how to facilitate the fulfilment of their obligations as well as the identification and understanding of their specific needs, and the choice, in each case, of those solutions that better protect their interests.