We have lived through a Digital Revolution that has seen electronics and information technology transform how business is done, including by automating production. Information technology is now at the heart of most businesses. For consumers, the use of smartphones and tablets to access websites and Apps are now key parts of everyday life. However, e-commerce is a heavily regulated method of trading. Whether you’re a traditional business with technology opportunities and challenges, or you are a technology business yourself, our specialist lawyers have the knowledge and experience required to ensure that these regulations are followed.
We are able to assist and advise you in relation to a variety of e-commerce issues:
- Data protection issues
- Intellectual property protection
- Software licensing/distribution agreements
- Mobile application and website development agreements
- Facilities management and outsourcing agreements
- Transfers and assignment of hardware, software and source code
- Internet start-ups and domain name issues
- Preparation of commercial agreements for online and mobile business activities
Our technology lawyers offer unrivalled expertise. In a fast-moving sector, you will need a team of solicitors who have a deep understanding of your technology business, and who can coordinate the approach you take on all legal issues. Being a boutique law firm, we can take the time to understand your business, delivering high-quality specialist advice in a bespoke and personalised manner, with a focus on high levels of client service.
Mark Loosemore, Senior Partner
Mark is a commercial solicitor who joined the firm as Senior Partner in April 2016. His arrival re-established the Loosemore family connection with the firm, which was founded by his father John in 1966. Mark has advised and/or invested in numerous technology companies.
Mark is responsible for leading the development and implementation of the firm’s new strategy launched in 2016, which includes an increased focus on certain industry sectors in which the firm has and will continue to develop expertise, namely: Charities, Sport, Technology, and Media and Entertainment.
Siôn Tudur, Partner
Siôn is a fluent Welsh speaker and leads the corporate transactional work at Loosemores. Siôn has a wealth of experience advising businesses of various sizes, from PLCs to start-ups as well as charities and the public sector. He has expertise in a range of corporate matters, from mergers and acquisitions to management buy-outs and equity investments. Siôn is a well-respected and well-connected figure in the Welsh-speaking legal and business communities.