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Technology is a key driver for change, and rapid developments often outpace the speed at which governments and other regulators can understand, respond to, and legislate for, innovation. We recognise that you need lawyers who are innovative, forward-thinking and able to anticipate future changes and challenges.

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Our technology group

Stephenson Harwood's technology group provide a full-range of legal services to businesses in the technology sector. Our clients range from established technology companies to fast-growth start-ups disrupting the market, including businesses procuring and implementing technology and data into their operations, products and services. We support businesses through their whole product and business lifecycle, providing market insight from a unique legal perspective.

Our expert lawyers have an established track record in supporting clients navigate the digital revolution, acting for businesses leading in the development and deployment of disruptive technologies and innovative business models.

Specialist teams - We put together highly specialised teams to align with your business requirements and the issues involved, and we create meaningful and collaborative partnerships with our clients.

Deep sector knowledge - Our experts understand the technology sector, both in terms of the underlying technology products as well as the market trends and practice, and deliver high-quality, pragmatic legal advice.

Geographical reach - We have experts in the UK, EU, Middle East and Asia, and can support clients on international and cross-jurisdiction issues, working as a seamless team. Where we don't have an office, we have expert contacts that we work with in close partnership.

Delivery innovation - We have an internal innovation team focused on assessing and deploying legal tech, including automation, machine learning, collaboration and data analytics related technologies.