At Clayden Law our specialist technology lawyers are as dedicated to technology and tech-enabled business as you are.
From our Oxford base we advise the global businesses that buy and sell technology products and services. It’s what we do day-in-day-out. So, unlike many other law firms:
- We only advise technology and tech-enabled businesses.
- We advise them on a full range of technology, data protection (including GDPR), digital content, cybersecurity, commercial and intellectual property law matters.
- Our technology lawyers have a particular expertise in working with SaaS, RegTech and Workplace Solutions businesses as they start-up, scale and secure investment.
- We’re experts in these fields, with practical experience to back it up.
- We’re obsessive about staying ahead of the market and changes in the law, so you get the best, most up to the minute advice.
Clayden Law’s technology solicitors deliver expert legal advice coupled with a hands-on approach that inspires trust and loyalty across our SaaS, RegTech and Workplace Solutions businesses, and our tech-enabled business clients, as they start-up, scale and secure investment.
You can take our in-depth knowledge of technology, data protection, digital content, cybersecurity, commercial and intellectual property law matters as read. And the same applies to our long, successful track-record of advising some of the most dynamic names operating in or working with the technology sector.
What sets us apart from other more ‘general commercial’ law firms is the way we understand the things that are important to our technology business clients and those that are unwelcome distractions. We’re not afraid to challenge the way things have been done previously, or to develop new ways of working. We’re committed to making a practical difference to your business, saving you time and money, along the way.
This practical, specialist approach has established us as a recognised alternative to mid-tier, generalist firms, for those that want truly expert advice in technology, data protection, digital content, cybersecurity, commercial and intellectual property law matters.