Thanks to our technical and cross-cutting knowledge, we provide technology, audiovisual, publishing, advertising, sports, and gaming companies with global and comprehensive solutions.
We advise clients on drafting and negotiating technology agreements (e.g., software licenses, and IT and outsourcing projects). We also have extensive experience in providing multidisciplinary services to companies operating online (e.g., content and ecommerce sites and social media), advising them on drafting the contracts required to carry out their activities and ensuring compliance with the applicable regulations.
Regarding audiovisual and entertainment, we provide comprehensive advice on content protection, marketing and advertising regulations, consumer protection and freedom of expression and its limits, and on the protection of image and advertising rights.
We have in-depth knowledge of all issues relating to launching and managing gaming activities.
We advise production companies, publishing houses, communication groups and distributors on all matters concerning contracts, financing and intellectual property for audiovisual productions.
Regarding cybersecurity, we advise our clients both on preventive legal measures to mitigate the impact of potential cyberattacks and on reactive protocols in case of cyberattacks to our clients’ IT systems, guaranteeing an appropriate response to these threats.
We also advise on regulatory compliance (including financial service regulation and sharing economy), contracting and risks in the supply chain, including evaluating contractors and contract regulations in cybernetic matters, due diligences, joint ventures, projects and outsourcing.
Our clients include major IT companies and leading technology-based companies in other sectors. We have handled important M&A transactions in the technology sector and complex technology-related litigation.
We also advise our clients and keep them updated on regulatory aspects related to innovative areas such as data analysis, cloud computing and the tax challenges posed by digitalization, as well as on disruptive technologies arising from blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI), internet of things (IoT) and robotics.
Technical knowledge, quick responses and updates on legislative changes.Chambers Europe, 2021